Nicole Vaillant
Nicole Vaillant
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A comparison of landscape fuel treatment strategies to mitigate wildland fire risk in the urban interface and preserve old forest structure
AA Ager, NM Vaillant, MA Finney
Forest Ecology and Management 259 (8), 1556-1570, 2010
2892010
Analyzing wildfire exposure and source–sink relationships on a fire prone forest landscape
AA Ager, NM Vaillant, MA Finney, HK Preisler
Forest Ecology and Management 267, 271-283, 2012
1182012
Mastication and prescribed fire impacts on fuels in a 25-year old ponderosa pine plantation, southern Sierra Nevada
AL Reiner, NM Vaillant, JA Fites-Kaufman, SN Dailey
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (11), 2365-2372, 2009
111*2009
Integrating fire behavior models and geospatial analysis for wildland fire risk assessment and fuel management planning
AA Ager, NM Vaillant, MA Finney
Journal of Combustion 2011, 2011
1062011
Restoration of fire in managed forests: a model to prioritize landscapes and analyze tradeoffs
AA Ager, NM Vaillant, A McMahan
Ecosphere 4 (2), 1-19, 2013
942013
Multi-temporal LiDAR and Landsat quantification of fire-induced changes to forest structure
TR McCarley, CA Kolden, NM Vaillant, AT Hudak, AMS Smith, BM Wing, ...
Remote Sensing of Environment 191, 419-432, 2017
662017
Effectiveness of prescribed fire as a fuel treatment in Californian coniferous forests
NM Vaillant, JA Fites-Kaufman, SL Stephens
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (2), 165-175, 2009
612009
Alaskan permafrost groundwater storage changes derived from GRACE and ground measurements
RR Muskett, VE Romanovsky
Remote Sensing 3 (2), 378-397, 2011
572011
Climate, wildfire, and erosion ensemble foretells more sediment in western USA watersheds
JB Sankey, J Kreitler, TJ Hawbaker, JL McVay, ME Miller, ER Mueller, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 44 (17), 8884-8892, 2017
532017
Analyzing the transmission of wildfire exposure on a fire-prone landscape in Oregon, USA
AA Ager, MA Day, MA Finney, K Vance-Borland, NM Vaillant
Forest Ecology and Management 334, 377-390, 2014
522014
Quantifying the potential impacts of fuel treatments on wildfire suppression costs
MP Thompson, NM Vaillant, JR Haas, KM Gebert, KD Stockmann
Journal of Forestry 111 (1), 49-58, 2013
502013
An evaluation of the Forest Service Hazardous Fuels Treatment Program—Are we treating enough to promote resiliency or reduce hazard?
NM Vaillant, ED Reinhardt
Journal of Forestry 115 (4), 300-308, 2017
412017
Effect of fuel treatments on fuels and potential fire behavior in California, USA, national forests
NM Vaillant, JA Fites-Kaufman, AL Reiner, EK Noonan-Wright, SN Dailey
Fire Ecology 5 (2), 14-29, 2009
392009
Effect of fuel treatments on fuels and potential fire behavior in California, USA, national forests
NM Vaillant, JA Fites-Kaufman, AL Reiner, EK Noonan-Wright, SN Dailey
Fire Ecology 5 (2), 14-29, 2009
392009
Wildfire and fuel treatment effects on forest carbon dynamics in the western United States
JC Restaino, DL Peterson
Forest Ecology and Management 303, 46-60, 2013
332013
Overview and example application of the Landscape Treatment Designer
AA Ager
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2012
212012
Fire history of a lower elevation Jeffrey pine-mixed conifer forest in the eastern Sierra Nevada, California, USA
NM Vaillant, SL Stephens
Fire ecology 5 (3), 4-19, 2009
192009
Landscape-scale quantification of fire-induced change in canopy cover following mountain pine beetle outbreak and timber harvest
TR McCarley, CA Kolden, NM Vaillant, AT Hudak, AMS Smith, J Kreitler
Forest Ecology and Management 391, 164-175, 2017
182017
The missing fire: quantifying human exclusion of wildfire in Pacific Northwest forests, USA
RD Haugo, BS Kellogg, CA Cansler, CA Kolden, KB Kemp, JC Robertson, ...
Ecosphere 10 (4), e02702, 2019
162019
ArcFuels10 system overview
NM Vaillant, AA Ager, J Anderson
Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-875. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture …, 2013
162013
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