A. Paige Fischer
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Integrating traditional and local ecological knowledge into forest biodiversity conservation in the Pacific Northwest
S Charnley, AP Fischer, ET Jones
Forest ecology and management 246 (1), 14-28, 2007
2382007
Examining fire-prone forest landscapes as coupled human and natural systems
TA Spies, EM White, JD Kline, AP Fischer, A Ager, J Bailey, J Bolte, ...
Ecology and Society 19 (3), 2014
1602014
Wildfire risk as a socioecological pathology
AP Fischer, TA Spies, TA Steelman, C Moseley, BR Johnson, JD Bailey, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 14 (5), 276-284, 2016
1442016
Categorizing the social context of the wildland urban interface: Adaptive capacity for wildfire and community “archetypes”
TB Paveglio, C Moseley, MS Carroll, DR Williams, EJ Davis, AP Fischer
Forest Science 61 (2), 298-310, 2015
1222015
Risk and cooperation: managing hazardous fuel in mixed ownership landscapes
AP Fischer, S Charnley
Environmental management 49 (6), 1192-1207, 2012
1062012
Improving network approaches to the study of complex social–ecological interdependencies
Ö Bodin, SM Alexander, J Baggio, ML Barnes, R Berardo, GS Cumming, ...
Nature sustainability 2 (7), 551-559, 2019
752019
Coupling the biophysical and social dimensions of wildfire risk to improve wildfire mitigation planning
AA Ager, JD Kline, AP Fischer
Risk analysis 35 (8), 1393-1406, 2015
732015
Forest landscapes as social-ecological systems and implications for management
AP Fischer
Landscape and Urban Planning 177, 138-147, 2018
642018
Reducing hazardous fuels on nonindustrial private forests: factors influencing landowner decisions
AP Fischer
Journal of Forestry 109 (5), 260-266, 2011
602011
From the small woodland problem to ecosocial systems: the evolution of social research on small-scale forestry in Sweden and the USA
AP Fischer, J Bliss, F Ingemarson, G Lidestav, L Lönnstedt
Scandinavian Journal of Forest Research 25 (4), 390-398, 2010
572010
Behavioral Assumptions of Conservation Policy: Conserving Oak Habitat on Family‐Forest Land in the Willamette Valley, Oregon
AP Fischer, JC Bliss
Conservation Biology 22 (2), 275-283, 2008
562008
Objective and perceived wildfire risk and its influence on private forest landowners’ fuel reduction activities in Oregon’s (USA) ponderosa pine ecoregion
AP Fischer, JD Kline, AA Ager, S Charnley, KA Olsen
International Journal of Wildland Fire 23 (1), 143-153, 2013
522013
Traditional and local ecological knowledge about forest biodiversity in the Pacific Northwest
S Charnley, AP Fischer, ET Jones
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2008
502008
Capacity to adapt to environmental change: evidence from a network of organizations concerned with increasing wildfire risk
AP Fischer, L Jasny
Ecology and Society 22 (1), 2017
482017
Framing conservation on private lands: Conserving oak in Oregon's Willamette Valley
AP Fischer, JC Bliss
Society and Natural Resources 22 (10), 884-900, 2009
462009
Assessing social vulnerability to climate change in human communities near public forests and grasslands: A framework for resource managers and planners
AP Fischer, T Paveglio, M Carroll, D Murphy, H Brenkert-Smith
Journal of Forestry 111 (5), 357-365, 2013
452013
Pathways of adaptation to external stressors in coastal natural-resource-dependent communities: Implications for climate change
AP Fischer
World Development 108, 235-248, 2018
432018
Private forest owners and invasive plants: risk perception and management
AP Fischer, S Charnley
Invasive plant science and management 5 (3), 375-389, 2012
422012
A network approach to assessing social capacity for landscape planning: The case of fire-prone forests in Oregon, USA
AP Fischer, K Vance-Borland, L Jasny, KE Grimm, S Charnley
Landscape and Urban Planning 147, 18-27, 2016
402016
Mental and biophysical terrains of biodiversity: conserving oak on family forests
AP Fischer, JC Bliss
Society and Natural Resources 19 (7), 625-643, 2006
382006
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