Sarah McCaffrey
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Learning to coexist with wildfire
MA Moritz, E Batllori, RA Bradstock, AM Gill, J Handmer, PF Hessburg, ...
Nature 515 (7525), 58-66, 2014
Science basis for changing forest structure to modify wildfire behavior and severity. USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
RT Graham, S McCaffrey, TB Jain
General Technical Report RMRS-GTR-120.(Fort Collins, CO), 2004
Science basis for changing forest structure to modify wildfire behavior and severity
RT Graham, S McCaffrey, TB Jain
United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Rocky Mountain …, 2004
Defining extreme wildfire events: difficulties, challenges, and impacts
F Tedim, V Leone, M Amraoui, C Bouillon, M Coughlan, G Delogu, ...
Fire 1 (1), 9, 2018
Social science research related to wildfire management: an overview of recent findings and future research needs
S McCaffrey, E Toman, M Stidham, B Shindler
International Journal of Wildland Fire 22 (1), 15-24, 2013
Thinking of wildfire as a natural hazard
S McCaffrey
Society and Natural Resources 17 (6), 509-516, 2004
Best practices in risk and crisis communication: Implications for natural hazards management
TA Steelman, S McCaffrey
Natural Hazards 65 (1), 683-705, 2013
Examining social trust in fuels management strategies
G Winter, CA Vogt, S McCaffrey
Journal of forestry 102 (6), 8-15, 2004
Should I stay or should I go now? Or should I wait and see? Influences on wildfire evacuation decisions
S McCaffrey, R Wilson, A Konar
Risk analysis 38 (7), 1390-1404, 2018
Community wildfire preparedness: A global state-of-the-knowledge summary of social science research
S McCaffrey
Current Forestry Reports 1, 81-90, 2015
Prescribed fire science: The case for a refined research agenda
JK Hiers, JJ O’Brien, JM Varner, BW Butler, M Dickinson, J Furman, ...
Fire Ecology 16, 1-15, 2020
What information do people use, trust, and find useful during a disaster? Evidence from five large wildfires
TA Steelman, SM McCaffrey, ALK Velez, JA Briefel
Natural Hazards 76, 615-634, 2015
Fighting fire with education: what is the best way to reach out to homeowners?
SM McCaffrey
Journal of forestry 102 (5), 12-19, 2004
Outreach programs, peer pressure, and common sense: what motivates homeowners to mitigate wildfire risk?
SM McCaffrey, M Stidham, E Toman, B Shindler
Environmental Management 48 (3), 475-488, 2011
An Ecosystems and Vulnerable Populations Perspective on Solastalgia and Psychological Distress After a Wildfire
D Eisenman, S McCaffrey, I Donatello, G Marshal
EcoHealth 12 (4), 602-610, 2015
Collaborative Implementation for Ecological Restoration on US Public Lands: Implications for Legal Context, Accountability, and Adaptive Management
WH Butler, A Monroe, S McCaffrey
Environmental management 55 (3), 564-577, 2015
Understanding public perspectives of wildfire risk
S McCaffrey
Wildfire Risk: human perceptions and management implications Resources for …, 2008
Public response to wildfire: Is the Australian “Stay and Defend or Leave Early” approach an option for wildfire management in the United States?
SM McCaffrey, A Rhodes
Journal of Forestry 107 (1), 9-15, 2009
Forest Service fire management and the elusiveness of change
CA Schultz, MP Thompson, SM McCaffrey
Fire Ecology 15 (1), 13, 2019
Wildfire evacuation and its alternatives: perspectives from four United States’ communities
S McCaffrey, A Rhodes, M Stidham
International Journal of Wildland Fire 24 (2), 170-178, 2015
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