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A common species at the edge of its range: Conservation of Bear Oak (Quercus ilicifolia) and its low elevation rocky summit community in North Carolina (USA)

Barden, 2000 (a)


A meta-analysis of the fire-oak hypothesis: Does prescribed burning promote oak reproduction in eastern North America?

Brose et al., 2013


Alterations to the fuel bed after single and repeated prescribed fires in an Appalachian hardwood forest

Arthur et al., 2017


Changes in bark properties and hydrology following prescribed fire in Pinus taeda and Quercus montana

Siegert et al., 2022


Environmental drivers and species traits of mesophication and xerophication in forests of western New York State

Larsen et al., 2023


Evaluating the impact of prescribed surface fire on seedlings in the Central Hardwood Region, USA

Cuprewich et al., 2023


Exposure to fire affects acorn removal by altering consumer preference

Boggess et al., 2022

Image showing the first page of this article including title, abstract, and part of the introduction.

Fifty-five years of change in a northwest Georgia old-growth forest

Butler et al., 2018


Fire exclusion vs. a fire-free interval following repeated prescribed fire: Consequences for forest stand structure and species composition in an upland oak forest

Blankenship et al., 2023

An oak leaf with a yellow, red, and orange flame coming out of it, the year 2005, and Fire in Eastern Oak Forests logo.

Fire in Eastern Oak Forests: Delivering Science to Land Managers

Dickinson, 2006


Fire in eastern oak forests—a primer. NRS-INF-39-22. Madison, WI

Stambaugh et al., 2022


Fire regimes of the Southern Appalachians may radically shift under climate change

Robbins et al., 2024


Impacts of oak-focused silvicultural treatments on the regeneration layer nine years posttreatment in a productive mixed-oak southern Appalachian forest

Beasley et al., 2022


Mastication Fuels Did Not Alter Fire Severity or Stand Structure in an Upland Oak Woodland

Arthur et al., 2022


Mesophication of upland oak forests: Implications of species-specific differences in leaf litter decomposition rates and fuelbed composition

Babl-Plauche et al., 2022


Multivariate roles of litter traits on moisture and flammability of temperate northeastern North American tree species

Kreye et al., 2023


Prescribed Fire Causes Wounding and Minor Tree Quality Degradation in Oak Forests

Saunders et al., 2023


Prescribed fire and natural canopy gap disturbances: impacts on upland oak regeneration

Izbicki et al., 2020


Proceedings of the 3rd Fire in Eastern Oak Forests Conference

Hutchinson, 2009

Cover of the conference proceedings featuring title, photo of a controlled burn around a single pine tree, and USDA Forest Service Technical Report information.

Proceedings of the 4th Fire in Eastern Oak Forests Conference

Dey et al., 2011


Profiling overstory survival trends following varying thinning and burning disturbance regimes in a mixed pine-hardwood forest in the US South

Craycroft et al., 2023


Restoration of low-intensity fire in Quercus-Pinus
mixedwoods following a prolonged period of fire

Goode et al., 2023


Silvicultural options for open forest management in eastern North America

Bragg et al., 2020


Silviculture to restore oak woodlands and savannas

Dey et al., 2019


The Fire-Oak LIterature of Eastern North America: Synthesis and Guidelines

Brose, 2014


The effects of oak (Quercus) restoration on forest trajectory and small mammal use in the southern Cumberland Plateau, USA

Smith et al., 2020

Figure 1 from research publication showing side by side photos of dead remnant shortleaf pine tree on the left and an oak with a partially healed injury on the right.

Working toward a fire-scar network for the Cumberland Plateau—Fire history results from Bridgestone Nature Reserve at Chestnut Mountain, Tennessee

Abadir et al., 2022

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