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Articles Related to Wildfire and Fire Effects:

Haynes, V.L., J.S. Ávila Sánchez, J. Alfonso Ortega-S., T.A. Campbell, A. Ortega-S., Jr., S. Rideout-
            Hanzak, and D.B. Wester.  2023.  Patch burning improves nutritional quality of two Gulf Coast
grasses—And winter burning is better than summer burning.  Fire 6:105.

Pope, T.L., S.E. Henke, D.B. Wester, S. Rideout-Hanzak, and C.D. Hilton.  2021.  Effect of
            prescribed fire on the viability of Baylisascaris procyonis eggs. Journal of Wildlife Diseases

C.H. Walther, Ortega-S., J.A., H.L. Perotto-Baldivieso, S. Rideout-Hanzak, D.B. Wester.  2021.
            Prescribed fire and cattle grazing to manage invasive grasses for cattle and wildlife.  Proceedings
            of the Joint XXIV International Grassland and XI International Rangeland Congress.  Kenya.
            University of Kentucky UKnowledge.

Wester, D.B., S. Rideout-Hanzak, C.M. Britton, B.C. May.  2019.  Effects of fire on Kuenzler’s        hedgehog cactus (Echinocereus fendleri var. kuenzleri).  Natural Areas Journal 39(3):339-350.

Haynes, V.L., J.S. Ávila Sánchez, S. Rideout-Hanzak, D.B. Wester and J.A. Ortega-S.  2018.
            Effects of prescribed burning on gulf cordgrass, Spartina spartinaeEcology & Environmental
Sciences 3(2):110-115.
Fultz, L., J. Moore-Kucera, J. Dathe, M. Davinic, G. Perry, D.B. Wester, D. Schwilk and S. Rideout-
            Hanzak.  2016.  Forest wildfire and grassland prescribed fire effects on soil biogeochemical
            processes and microbial communities:  Two case studies in the semi-arid Southwest.  Applied Soil
            Ecology  99:118-128.

Luna, M., C.M. Britton, S. Rideout-Hanzak, C.J. Villalobos, R.E. Sosebee and D.B. Wester.  2014.    Season and Intensity of burning on two grass species of the Chihuahuan Desert.  Rangeland
Ecology and Management 67:614-620.  

Wester, D.B, S. Rideout-Hanzak, C.M. Britton and H. Whitlaw.  2014.  Plant community response
            to the East Amarillo Complex wildfires in the Southern High Plains, USA.  Community Ecology

Waldrop, T.A., L. Brudnak, S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2013.  Fuel loading in the Southern Appalachian
            Mountains may be a function of site quality and decomposition rates.  In: Guldin, James M., ed.
            2013.  Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research Conference.  e-Gen.
            Tech. Rep. SRH-GTR-175.  Asheville, NC:  U.S. Dept. of Ag., Forest Service, Southern Research
            Station.  581-584.
Roberts, A.J., C.W. Boal, D.B. Wester, S. Rideout-Hanzak and H.A. Whitlaw.  2012.  Grassland
            bird community response to large wildfires.  The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 124(1):24-30.

Seijo, F., R.W. Gray, and S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2011.  Special Issue:  4th International Fire Congress:         Fire as a Global Process.  Fire Ecology 7(1):1-4.
Oswald, T. and S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2011.  In Their Own Words:  Wildfire Survivors Tell Their
            Stories.  International Year of Forests:  Linking Local, Regional, and Global Solutions.  Journal
of Forestry 109(8):483-484.
Rideout-Hanzak, S., D.B. Wester, C.M. Britton, and H.A. Whitlaw.  2011.  Biomass not linked to
            perennial grass mortality following severe wildfire in the Southern High Plains.  Rangeland
Ecology and Management 64(1):47-55.

Brown, S.D., C.M. Britton and S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2010.  Summer and winter burn effects on
vegetation of Matagorda Island, Texas.  Southwestern Naturalist 55(2):193-202.

Rideout-Hanzak, S., D. B. Wester, G. Perry and C. M. Britton. 2009.  Echinocereus viridiflorus var.
            viridiflorus mortality in shortgrass plains of Texas: Observations following wildfire and drought.
            Haseltonia 15:102-107.

Stottlemyer, A.D., V. Shelburne, T.A. Waldrop, W. Bridges, S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2009.  Fuel
characterization in the Southern Appalachian Mountains: an application of Landscape Ecosystem
Classification.  International Journal of Wildland Fire 18(4):423-429.

Radke, N.J., D. B. Wester, G. Perry and S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2008.  Short-term effects of prescribed
            fire on lizards in mesquite-Ashe juniper vegetation in central Texas.  Applied Herpetology
Bowker, J.M., S.H. Lim, H.K. Cordell, G.T. Green, S. Rideout-Hanzak and C.Y. Johnson.  2008.
Wildland fire, risk, and recovery: Results of a national survey with regional and racial
perspectives.  Journal of Forestry 106(5):268-276.

Waldrop, T.A., L. Brudnak and S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2007.  Fuels on disturbed and undisturbed sites in        the Southern Appalachian Mountains, USA.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Waldrop, T.A., L. Brudnak, S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2007.  Fuel loading across the southern
            Appalachian landscape. Proceedings Fourteenth Biennial Southern Silvicultural Research
            Conference, 26 Feb. to 1 March 2007, Athens, GA.
Rideout-Hanzak, S., T. Waldrop, and L. Brudnak.  2006.  Development of a photo guide for fuels in
            the southern Appalachian Mountains of northeast Georgia and western South Carolina.  Gen.
            Tech. Rep. SRS-92. Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. pp. 518-
Brudnak, L.A., T.A. Waldrop, and S. Rideout-Hanzak.  2006.  A comparison of three methods for
classifying fuel loading in the Southern Appalachian Mountains.  Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-92.
Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. pp. 514-517.
Stottlemyer, A.D., V.B. Shelburne; T.A. Waldrop, S. Rideout-Hanzak, and W.C. Bridges.  2006.
            Fuel characterization of the Chauga Ridges Region of the southern Appalachian Mountains.  Gen.
Tech. Rep. SRS-92. Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. pp.
Fowler, C. and S. Rideout-Hanzak.  Last modified 08/24/2005.  Knowledge and attitudes about fire
            and fuels management among southernersIn Kennard, D. and C.T. Fowler eds. Encyclopedia of
Southern Fire Science.  (EID): 5827
Sparks, J., S. Rideout-Hanzak, and J. Eidson.  2005.  Fire ecology of the Pineywoods, and Oak
            Woods and Prairie ecoregions.  Pages 54-65 in C. G. Brown and D. Rollins, editors.  Fire as a
            tool for managing wildlife habitat in Texas.  Texas Cooperative Extension, San Angelo.  USA.
Vose, J., D. Van Lear, and S. Rideout-Hanzak, 2004.  Fire Issues in the Southern Appalachians:  the         Good, the Bad and the Potential.  In Proceedings of Enhancing the Southern Appalachian Forest
            Resource:  A symposium engaging economic, ecological and social principles and practices.
            Hendersonville, NC.
Waldrop, T.A., D.W. Glass, S. Rideout, V.B. Shelburne, H.H. Mohr and R.J. Phillips.  2004.  An
evaluation of fuel reduction treatments across a landscape gradient in Piedmont forests:
Preliminary results of the national Fire and Fire Surrogate Study.  Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–71.
Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research Station. Pp. 54-59.
Mohr, H.H., T.A. Waldrop, S. Rideout, R.J. Phillips and C.T. Flint.  2004.  Effectiveness of fire and
            fire surrogate treatments for controlling wildfire behavior in Piedmont forests:  A simulation
            study.  Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–71. Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research
            Station. Pp. 71-73.
Rideout, S., B.P. Oswald and M.H. Legg.  2003.  Ecological, political and social challenges of
prescribed fire restoration in East Texas pineywoods ecosystems:  A case study.  Forestry 76       (2):261-269.

Rideout, S., J.K. Rickard and D.D. Wade.  2003.  Herbaceous plant response to biennial burning
            cycles applied at different dates during the growing season:  Preliminary results.  Natural
            Areas Journal 23(1):38-42.

Barnett, M., S. Rideout, B. Oswald, K. Farrish and H. Williams.  2002.  Mid-rotational loblolly pine
growth resulting from herbicide, prescribed fire, and fertilization treatments.  In Outcalt, K. W.
(ed.) Proceedings, Eleventh Biennial Southern Silviculture Research Conference.  Knoxville, TN.
Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS–48. Asheville, NC: USDA, Forest Service, Southern Research Station.
Rideout, S. and B.P. Oswald.  2002.  Effects of prescribed burning on vegetation and fuel loading in
three East Texas state parks.  The Texas Journal of Science 54(3):211-226.