Carol Miller
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Cross-scale analysis of fire regimes
DA Falk, C Miller, D McKenzie, AE Black
Ecosystems 10 (5), 809-823, 2007
2132007
Connectivity of forest fuels and surface fire regimes
C Miller, DL Urban
Landscape Ecology 15 (2), 145-154, 2000
2102000
Forest gradient response in Sierran landscapes: the physical template
DL Urban, C Miller, PN Halpin, NL Stephenson
Landscape Ecology 15 (7), 603-620, 2000
1972000
A review of recent advances in risk analysis for wildfire management
C Miller, AA Ager
International journal of wildland fire 22 (1), 1-14, 2013
1862013
Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: seven core principles
PF Hessburg, DJ Churchill, AJ Larson, RD Haugo, C Miller, TA Spies, ...
Landscape Ecology 30 (10), 1805-1835, 2015
1692015
A new metric for quantifying burn severity: the relativized burn ratio
SA Parks, GK Dillon, C Miller
Remote Sensing 6 (3), 1827-1844, 2014
1622014
A new metric for quantifying burn severity: the relativized burn ratio
SA Parks, GK Dillon, C Miller
Remote Sensing 6 (3), 1827-1844, 2014
1622014
Previous fires moderate burn severity of subsequent wildland fires in two large western US wilderness areas
SA Parks, C Miller, CR Nelson, ZA Holden
Ecosystems 17 (1), 29-42, 2014
1472014
Modeling the effects of fire management alternatives on Sierra Nevada mixed‐conifer forests
C Miller, DL Urban
Ecological Applications 10 (1), 85-94, 2000
1452000
Wildland fire as a self‐regulating mechanism: the role of previous burns and weather in limiting fire progression
SA Parks, LM Holsinger, C Miller, CR Nelson
Ecological Applications 25 (6), 1478-1492, 2015
1382015
A model of surface fire, climate and forest pattern in the Sierra Nevada, California
C Miller, DL Urban
Ecological Modelling 114 (2-3), 113-135, 1999
1271999
Forest pattern, fire, and climatic change in the Sierra Nevada
C Miller, DL Urban
Ecosystems 2 (1), 76-87, 1999
1191999
The landscape ecology of fire
D McKenzie, C Miller, DA Falk
Springer Science & Business Media, 2011
1042011
Unsupported inferences of high‐severity fire in historical dry forests of the western U nited S tates: response to W illiams and B aker
PZ Fulé, TW Swetnam, PM Brown, DA Falk, DL Peterson, CD Allen, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 23 (7), 825-830, 2014
892014
Interactions between forest heterogeneity and surface fire regimes in the southern Sierra Nevada
C Miller, DL Urban
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (2), 202-212, 1999
821999
Interactions between forest heterogeneity and surface fire regimes in the southern Sierra Nevada
C Miller, DL Urban
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 29 (2), 202-212, 1999
821999
How will climate change affect wildland fire severity in the western US?
SA Parks, C Miller, JT Abatzoglou, LM Holsinger, MA Parisien, ...
Environmental Research Letters 11 (3), 035002, 2016
812016
Contributions of ignitions, fuels, and weather to the spatial patterns of burn probability of a boreal landscape
MA Parisien, SA Parks, C Miller, MA Krawchuk, M Heathcott, MA Moritz
Ecosystems 14 (7), 1141-1155, 2011
812011
Topographic and fire weather controls of fire refugia in forested ecosystems of northwestern North America
MA Krawchuk, SL Haire, J Coop, MA Parisien, E Whitman, G Chong, ...
Ecosphere 7 (12), e01632, 2016
772016
Spatial bottom‐up controls on fire likelihood vary across western North America
SA Parks, MA Parisien, C Miller
Ecosphere 3 (1), 1-20, 2012
772012
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