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Top Papers from 2022

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

Oak forests and woodlands as Indigenous landscapes in the Eastern United States

Abrams 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

Belowground mechanisms for oak regeneration: Interactions among fire, soil microbes, and plant community alter oak seedling growth

Beals et al., 2022

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

Exposure to fire affects acorn removal by altering consumer preference

Boggess et al., 2022

Prescribed fire and other fuel-reduction treatments alter ground spider assemblages in a Southern Appalachian hardwood forest

Campbell et al., 2022

Can restoration of fire‐dependent ecosystems reduce ticks and tick‐borne disease prevalence in the eastern United States?

Gallagher et al., 2022

Locating potential historical fire‐maintained grasslands of the eastern United States based on topography and wind speed

Hanberry & Noss, 2022

First page of a final report produced by the Joint Fire Science Program

Demand for prescribed fire on private lands in the Mid-Atlantic United States

Kreye et al., 2022

Ericaceous shrub expansion and its relation to fire history in temperate pine-oak (Pinus-Quercus) forests of the eastern USA

Lafon et al., 2022 (a)

Historical Fire Regimes and Stand Dynamics of Xerophytic Pine–Oak Stands in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, Virginia, USA

Lafon et al., 2022 (b)

Pre-Columbian red pine (Pinus resinosa Ait) fire regimes of north-central Pennsylvania, USA

Marschall et al., 2022

Estimating heat tolerance of buds in southeastern US trees in fire-prone forests

McClure et al., 2022

Drivers and ecological impacts of a wildfire outbreak in the southern Appalachian Mountains after decades of fire exclusion

Reilly et al., 2022

Delayed fire mortality has long‐term ecological effects across the Southern Appalachian landscape

Robbins et al., 2022

Fire history and vegetation data reveal ecological benefits of recent mixed-severity fires in the Cumberland Mountains, West Virginia, USA

Saladyga et al., 2022

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

Stambaugh et al., 2022

Effects of burn season on fire-excluded plant communities in the southern Appalachian Mountains, USA

Vaughan et al., 2022

Public and manager perceptions about prescribed fire in the Mid-Atlantic, United States

Wu et al., 2022

Duff burning from wildfires in a moist region: different impacts on PM 2.5 and ozone

Zhang et al., 2022

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