Greg Dillon
Greg Dillon
Spatial Fire Analyst, USDA Forest Service, Fire Modeling Institute
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Both topography and climate affected forest and woodland burn severity in two regions of the western US, 1984 to 2006
GK Dillon, ZA Holden, P Morgan, MA Crimmins, EK Heyerdahl, CH Luce
Ecosphere 2 (12), 1-33, 2011
A new metric for quantifying burn severity: the relativized burn ratio
SA Parks, GK Dillon, C Miller
Remote Sensing 6 (3), 1827-1844, 2014
Challenges of assessing fire and burn severity using field measures, remote sensing and modelling
P Morgan, RE Keane, GK Dillon, TB Jain, AT Hudak, EC Karau, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 23 (8), 1045-1060, 2014
High-severity fire: evaluating its key drivers and mapping its probability across western US forests
SA Parks, LM Holsinger, MH Panunto, WM Jolly, SZ Dobrowski, GK Dillon
Environmental research letters 13 (4), 044037, 2018
Vegetation, topography and daily weather influenced burn severity in central Idaho and western Montana forests
DS Birch, P Morgan, CA Kolden, JT Abatzoglou, GK Dillon, AT Hudak, ...
Ecosphere 6 (1), 1-23, 2015
Wildland fire potential: A tool for assessing wildfire risk and fuels management needs
GK Dillon, J Menakis, F Fay
Proceedings of the large wildland fires conference, 60-76, 2014
Spatial optimization of operationally relevant large fire confine and point protection strategies: Model development and test cases
Y Wei, MP Thompson, JR Haas, GK Dillon, CD O’Connor
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 48 (5), 480-493, 2018
Plant and vegetation responses to edges in the southern Rocky Mountains
WL Baker, GK Dillon
Forest fragmentation in the southern Rocky Mountains. University Press of …, 2000
Wildfire risk to communities: Spatial datasets of wildfire risk for populated areas in the United States
JH Scott, AM Brough, JW Gilbertson-Day, GK Dillon, C Moran
Historic range of variability for upland vegetation in the Medicine Bow National Forest, Wyoming
GK Dillon, DH Knight, CB Meyer
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, 2005
Historic variability for upland vegetation in the Bighorn National Forest, Wyoming
CB Meyer, DH Knight, GK Dillon
General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-140. Fort Collins, Colorado. Department of …, 2005
Mapping the potential for high severity wildfire in the western United States
G Dillon, P Morgan, Z Holden
Fire Management Today 71 (2), 25, 2011
A new metric for quantifying burn severity: the relativized burn ratio, Remote Sens., 6, 1827–1844
SA Parks, GK Dillon, C Miller
Wildfire Hazard Potential (WHP) for the conterminous United States (270-m GRID), version 2018 continuous
GK Dillon
Contemporary wildfires are more severe compared to the historical reference period in western US dry conifer forests
SA Parks, LM Holsinger, K Blankenship, GK Dillon, SA Goeking, R Swaty
Forest Ecology and Management 544, 121232, 2023
Integrating satellite imagery with simulation modeling to improve burn severity mapping
EC Karau, PG Sikkink, RE Keane, GK Dillon
Environmental management 54, 98-111, 2014
Wildfire Hazard Potential for the United States (270-m), version 2020
GK Dillon, JW Gilbertson-Day
Wildfire Hazard Potential (WHP) for the conterminous United States (270-m GRID), version 2018 classified
GK Dillon
Composite Burn Index (CBI) data and field photos collected for the FIRESEV project, western United States.
PG Sikkink, GK Dillon, RE Keane, P Morgan, EC Karau, ZA Holden, ...
Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive. …, 2013
Developing the LANDFIRE fire regime data products
MG Rollins, BC Ward, G Dillon, S Pratt, A Wolf
Unpublished manuscript on file at USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain …, 2007
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