Thode, A.E.
Thode, A.E.
Professor of Fire Ecology, Northern Arizona University
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Quantifying burn severity in a heterogeneous landscape with a relative version of the delta Normalized Burn Ratio (dNBR)
JD Miller, AE Thode
Remote sensing of Environment 109 (1), 66-80, 2007
Quantitative evidence for increasing forest fire severity in the Sierra Nevada and southern Cascade Mountains, California and Nevada, USA
JD Miller, HD Safford, M Crimmins, AE Thode
Ecosystems 12, 16-32, 2009
Interactions among wildland fires in a long-established Sierra Nevada natural fire area
BM Collins, JD Miller, AE Thode, M Kelly, JW Van Wagtendonk, ...
Ecosystems 12, 114-128, 2009
Fire in California Ecosystems
N Sugihara, J van Wagtendonk, J Fites-Kaufman, A Shaffer, K. and Thode
University of California Press, 2006
Increasing trends in high-severity fire in the southwestern USA from 1984 to 2015
MP Singleton, AE Thode, AJS Meador, JM Iniguez
Forest ecology and management 433, 709-719, 2019
Climate, lightning ignitions, and fire severity in Yosemite National Park, California, USA
JA Lutz, JW Van Wagtendonk, AE Thode, JD Miller, JF Franklin
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (7), 765-774, 2009
Factors associated with the severity of intersecting fires in Yosemite National Park, California, USA
JW van Wagtendonk, KA van Wagtendonk, AE Thode
Fire Ecology 8 (1), 11-31, 2012
Climate relationships with increasing wildfire in the southwestern US from 1984 to 2015
SE Mueller, AE Thode, EQ Margolis, LL Yocom, JD Young, JM Iniguez
Forest Ecology and Management 460, 117861, 2020
Evaluating unmanned aerial vehicle images for estimating forest canopy fuels in a ponderosa pine stand
P Shin, T Sankey, MM Moore, AE Thode
Remote Sensing 10 (8), 1266, 2018
Limits to ponderosa pine regeneration following large high-severity forest fires in the United States Southwest
C Haffey, TD Sisk, CD Allen, AE Thode, EQ Margolis
Fire Ecology 14 (1), 143-163, 2018
Scaling ecological resilience
DA Falk, AC Watts, AE Thode
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 275, 2019
Fire in California's ecosystems
JW Van Wagtendonk
Univ of California Press, 2018
Quantifying the fire regime distributions for severity in Yosemite National Park, California, USA
AE Thode, JW Van Wagtendonk, JD Miller, JF Quinn
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20 (2), 223-239, 2011
How can we span the boundaries between wildland fire science and management in the United States?
SD Kocher, E Toman, SF Trainor, V Wright, JS Briggs, CP Goebel, ...
Journal of Forestry 110 (8), 421-428, 2012
Tamm Review: Postfire landscape management in frequent-fire conifer forests of the southwestern United States
JT Stevens, CM Haffey, JD Coop, PJ Fornwalt, L Yocom, CD Allen, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 502, 119678, 2021
Can Land Management Buffer Impacts of Climate Changes and Altered Fire Regimes on Ecosystems of the Southwestern United States?
R Loehman, W Flatley, L Holsinger, A Thode
Forests 9 (4), 192, 2018
Challenges to educating the next generation of wildland fire professionals in the United States
LN Kobziar, ME Rocca, CA Dicus, C Hoffman, N Sugihara, AE Thode, ...
Journal of Forestry 107 (7), 339-345, 2009
Quantifying the fire regime attributes of severity and spatial complexity using field and imagery data
AE Thode
University of California, Davis, 2005
Effects of policy change on wildland fire management strategies: evidence for a paradigm shift in the western US?
JD Young, AM Evans, JM Iniguez, A Thode, MD Meyer, SJ Hedwall, ...
International Journal of Wildland Fire 29 (10), 857-877, 2020
Airborne lidar provides reliable estimates of canopy base height and canopy bulk density in southwestern ponderosa pine forests
CP Chamberlain, AJS Meador, AE Thode
Forest Ecology and Management 481, 118695, 2021
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