Publications will be listed here

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Daugherty, P.J. and J.S. Fried. Jointly optimizing selection of fuel treatments and siting of biomass facilities for landscape-scale fire hazard reduction. INFOR: Information Systems and Operational Research.[submitted]

Fried, J.S., J.K. Gilless and J. Spero. 2006. Analyzing initial attack on wildland fires using stochastic simulation. International J. of Wildland Fire [in press].

Radeloff, V.C., R.B. Hammer, S.I. Stewart, J.S. Fried, S.S. Holcomb and J.F. McCKeefry. 2006. The Wildland-Urban Interface in the United States. Ecological Applications. [In press].

Barrett, T.M., D. Gatziolis, J.S. Fried and K.L. Waddell. 2006. Sudden Oak Death in California: What is the potential? Journal of Forestry 103(9):1-4.

Vogt, C.A., G. Winter and J.S. Fried. 2005. Predicting homeowners’ approval of fuel management at the wildland-urban interface using the Theory of Reasoned Action. Society and Natural Resources. 18(4):337-354.

Gatziolis, D. and J.S. Fried. 2004. Adding Gaussian noise to inaccurate digital elevation models improves spatial fidelity of derived drainage networks. Water Resources Research 40, W02508, doi:10.1029/2002WR001735.

Ralston, R.E., J. Buongiorno and J.S. Fried. 2004. Potential yield, return, and tree diversity of managed, uneven-aged Douglas-fir stands. Silva Fennica 38(1):55-70.

Fried, J.S., M.S. Torn and E. Mills. 2004. The impact of climate change on wildfire severity: a regional forecast for Northern California. Climatic Change 64:169-191.

Ralston, R., J. Buongiorno, B. Schulte, and J. Fried. 2003. Non-linear matrix modeling of forest growth with permanent plot data: the case of uneven-aged Douglas-fir stands. International Transactions in Operations Research 10:461-482.

Winter, G.J., C. Vogt, and J.S. Fried. 2002. Fuel treatments at the wildland-urban interface: common concerns in diverse regions. Journal of Forestry 100:15-21.

Winter, G.J. and J.S. Fried. 2001. Estimating contingent values for protection from wildland fire using a two-stage decision framework. Forest Science 47(3):349-360.

Winter, G.J. and J.S. Fried. 2000. Homeowner perspectives on strategies for reducing fire damage at the Wildland Urban Interface. Society and Natural Resources 13:33-49.

Gilless, J.K. and J.S. Fried. 2000. Generating beta random variables from probabilistic PERT/CPM-type estimates of production times: an application in planning for wildland fire control. Annals of Operations Research 95:205-215.

Fried, J.S., G.J. Winter, and J.K. Gilless. 1999. Assessing the benefits of reducing fire risk in the wildland urban interface: A contingent valuation approach. International Journal of Wildland Fire 9(1):9-20.

Gilless, J.K. and J.S. Fried. 1999. Stochastic representation of fire behavior in a wildland fire protection planning model for California. Forest Science 45(4):492-499.

Fried, J.S. and L. Huntsinger. 1998. Managing for Naturalness at Mt. Diablo State Park. Society and Natural Resources 11:505-516.

Fried, J.S. and B.D. Fried. 1996. Simulating Wildfire Containment with Realistic Tactics. Forest Science 42:267-281.

Torn, M.S. and J.S. Fried. 1992. Predicting the impacts of global warming on wildland fire. Climatic Change 21:(3)257-274.

Fried, J.S., J.R. Boyle, J.C. Tappeiner and K. Cromack. 1990. The effects of big leaf maple on soils in Douglas-fir forests. Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 20(3):259-266.

Fried, J.S. and M.S. Torn. 1990. Analyzing localized climate impacts with the Changed Climate Fire Modeling System. Natural Resource Modeling 4(2):229-253.

Fried, J.S. and J.K. Gilless. 1989.  Expert opinion estimation of fireline production rates. Forest Science, 35:870-877.

Fried, J.S. and J.K. Gilless. 1988. Stochastic representation of fire occurrence in a wildland fire protection planning model for California. Forest Science 34(4):948-955.

Fried, J.S., J.C. Tappeiner and D.E. Hibbs. 1988. The ecology of big leaf maple seedling establishment and early growth in Douglas-fir forests, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 18(10):1226-1233.

OTHER PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Fried, J.S., J.K. Gilless, W.J. Riley, T.J. Moody, C. Simon de Blas, K. Hayhoe, M. Moritz, S. Stephens, and M.S. Torn. 2005. Predicting the effect of climate change on wildfire severity and outcomes in Californina: a preliminary analysis. White paper prepared for the California Energy Commission’s Governor’s Science Report and posted at XXX. [in press].

Bilek, E.M., K.E. Skog, J.S. Fried, and G. Christensen. 2005. Fuel to burn: Economics of converting forest thinnings to energy using BioMax in Southern Oregon. Gen. Tech. Rep. FPL-GTR-157. Madison, WI: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory. 27 p.

Morgan, T.A., C.E. Keegan, T. Dillon, A.L. Chase, J.S. Fried, and M. Weber. 2004. California’s Forest Products Industry: A Descriptive Analysis. PNW-GTR-615. Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 64 p.

Barrett, T.A. and J.S. Fried. 2004. Inventory: modeling. Chapter in the Encyclopedia of Forest Science. Elsevier. p. 426-433.

Fried, J.S. and G. Christensen. 2004. FIA BioSum: A tool to evaluate financial costs, opportunities, and effectiveness of fuel treatments. Western Forester 49(5):12-13.

Fried, J.S., C.L. Bolsinger and D. Beardsley. 2004. Chaparral in Southern and Central Coastal California in the Mid-1990s: area, ownership, condition, and change. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-RB-240. Portland, OR: Pacific Northwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. 86 p.

Fried, J.S., J. Barbour and R. Fight. 2003. FIA BioSum: Applying a multi-scale evaluation tool in Southwest Oregon. Journal of Forestry 101(2):8.

Fried, J.S. 2003. Evaluating landscape-scale fuel treatment policies with FIA data. Western Forester 48(1):6-7.

Ralston, R., J. Buongiorno, B. Schulte, and J. Fried. 2003. WestPro: a computer program for simulating uneven-aged Douglas-fir stand growth and yield in the Pacific Northwest. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-574. Portland, OR : U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 25 p.

Fried, J.S., D.G. Brown, M. O. Zweifler, and M.A. Gold. 2000. Mapping Contributing Areas for Stormwater Discharge to Streams Using Terrain Analysis (Chapter 7, p. 183-203). In Wilson, J.P. and J.C. Gallant (eds) Terrain Analysis: Principles and Applications. New York, John Wiley. 512 p.

Fried, J.S. and J.K. Gilless. 1999. CFES2: The California Fire Economics Simulator Version 2 User's Guide. University of California, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 21580. 92 p.

McDonough, M., J. Fried, K. Potter-Witter, J. Stevens, D. Stynes, C. Kakoyannis, G. Peterson, and K. Steffens. 1999. The Role of Natural Resources in Community and Regional Economic Stability. Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report #568. 96 p.

Lee, G., J.S. Fried, T.Z. Zhao and J.K. Gilless. 1991. Fireline production rates in California: expert opinion-based distributions. Bulletin 1929. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, Oakland, California. 331 p.

Fried, J.S. and J.K. Gilless. 1988. The California fire economics simulator initial attack module (CFES-IAM): MS-DOS Version 1.11 User's Guide. Bulletin 1925. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California, Berkeley, California. 84 p.

ARTICLES IN CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Fried, Jeremy S., Glenn Christensen, Dale Weyermann, R. Jamie Barbour, Roger Fight, Bruce Hiserote, and Guy Pinjuv. 2005. Modeling opportunities and feasibility of siting wood-fired electrical generating facilities to facilitate landscape-scale fuel treatment with FIA BioSum In: Bevers, Michael; Barrett, Tara M., comps. Systems Analysis in Forest Resources: Proceedings of the 2003 Symposium; October 7-9, Stevenson, WA. Proceedings PNW-GTR-656. Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, pp. 195-204.

Wimberly, M. C., J.L. Ohmann, K.B. Pierce, M.J. Gregory and J.S. Fried. 2003. A multivariate approach to mapping forest vegetation and fuels using GIS databases, satellite imagery, and forest inventory plots. Proceedings of the 2nd International Wildland Fire Ecology and Fire Management Congress, Orlando Florida, WWW (http://ams.confex.com/ams/pdfpapers/65758.pdf).

Fried, J.S., R.J. Barbour, R. Fight, G. Christensen, and G. Pinjuv. 2003. Small Diameter Timber Alchemy: Can Utilization Pay The Way Towards Fire Resistant Forests? In: Narog, M. G., technical coordinator. Proceedings of the 2002 fire conference on managing fire and fuels in the remaining wildlands and open spaces of the Southwestern United States; 2002 December 2-5; San Diego, CA. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-189. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. [in press].

Melson, S., D. Azuma and J.S. Fried. 2003. A First Look at Measurement Error on FIA Plots Using Blind Plots in the Pacific Northwest. Proceedings of the 3rd Annual FIA Science Symposium. USDA Forest Service GTR-NC-230, pp. 11-20.

Kaartinen, A.T., J.S. Fried, and P.A. Dunham. 2003. Efficiency And Precision for Estimating Timber and Non-Timber Attributes Using Landsat-Based Stratification Methods in Two Phase Sampling in Northwest California. Proceedings of the 3rd Annual FIA Science Symposium. USDA Forest Service GTR-NC-230, pp. 69-79.

Gatziolis, D. and J.S. Fried.  2003.  An investigation of the influence of digital elevation model inaccuracies on terrain-based delineation of drainage networks.  P. 105-107 in G.J. Arthaud and T.M. Barrett (eds); Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, Proceedings of the Eighth Symposium, Sept. 27-30, 2000, Snowmass Village, Colorado; Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Vogt, C., G. Winter, and J.S. Fried. 2003. “Antecedents to Attitudes toward Prescribed Burning, Mechanical Thinning and Defensible Space Fuel Reduction Techniques (pp74-83)”  In People and Wildfire –Proceedings from the 9th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (Pam Jakes, Ed). Gen. Tech. Report NC-231 - St. Paul, MN: US Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, North Central Research Station. P. 74-83.

Fried, J.S. 2000. Geospatially enabled information systems supporting forest decisions at the millennium: a U.S. perspective. Proceedings of the FAO/ILO/ECE Forestry Information Systems 2000 Workshop, Hyytiälä, Finland. 8 p.

Gatziolis, D., J.S. Fried and C.W. Ramm. 2000. Monitoring the impacts of tracked vehicle training area use at Ft. Hood, TX: a GIS Approach. Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Geospatial Applications in Agriculture and Forestry, Lake Buena Vista, FL, 10-12 Jan; Vol. 1:542-549. ERIM International.

Fried, J.S. 1999. Requirements and realization of GIS education. Holopainen (ed.), Proceedings of the first annual research seminar of the Forests in GIS Graduate School, University of Helsinki, Department of Forest Resource Management, Publications 21, Helsinki, Finland. p. 21-26.

Leefers, L.A. and J.S. Fried. 1998. Linking senior forestry courses. Proceedings of the Second Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources. March 7-10, 1998. Logan, Utah. p. 118-122.

Stevens, J.A. and J.S. Fried. 1998. Natural Resource Data Analysis: Finding Comfort with Computers. Proceedings of the Second Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources. March 7-10, 1998. Logan, Utah. p. 246-247.

Greenfeld, L. and J.S. Fried. 1997. Habitat quality and utilization analysis in a spatial context:  the case of lupinus perennis and the Karner blue butterfly. pp. 463-464 in Proceedings of the 1996 Society of American Foresters National Convention.

Winter, G.J. and J.S. Fried. 1997. Assessing the Benefits of Wildfire Risk Reduction: A Contingent Valuation Approach. pp. 320-325 in Proceedings of the 1996 Society of American Foresters National Convention.

Fried, J.S., M. O. Zweifler, M.A. Gold and D.G. Brown. 1996. GIS approaches to targeted siting of riparian buffer strips: trade-offs between realism and complexity. Proceedings of the Third International Conference/Workshop on Integrating GIS and Environmental Modeling. Santa Barbara: National Center for Geographic Information and Analysis. WWW (http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/conf/SANTA_FE_CD-ROM/sf_papers/fried_jeremy/friedsf.html) and CD.

Heilman, W.E., J.S. Fried, W.A. Main, and D.A. Paananen, 1995. Helping wildland-urban interface residents reduce wildfire hazards. pp. 165-166 in Weise, D. R.; Martin, R.E. [Tech. Coords.].  The Biswell Symposium: Fire Issues and Solutions in Urban Interface and Wildland Ecosystems.  USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station Gen. Tech. Rpt. PSW-GTR-158, Albany, CA. 

Huntsinger, L. and J.S. Fried, 1995. The Case of Mt. Diablo State Park: The role of fire in a controversy over grazing at the urban fringe. pp. 167-168 in Weise, D. R.; Martin, R.E. [Tech. Coords.].  The Biswell Symposium: Fire Issues and Solutions in Urban Interface and Wildland Ecosystems.  USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station Gen. Tech. Rpt. PSW-GTR-158, Albany, CA.

Huntsinger, L., J.S. Fried, and L. Buttolph. 1995. The elk, the cow, the ranger and the rolex: urban-wildland resource management conflict at Mt. Diablo State Park, California. Natural Resources and Environmental Issues. Vol. 3. Utah State University, pp. 67-74.

Fried, J.S., S. Stewart, and J.K. Gilless. 1994. Objectives setting in the wildland fire system: what do the customers think? pp. 150-160 in Proceedings of the 1994 Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources. Bethesda, Society of American Foresters E4 Working Group.

Gold, M.A., J.S. Fried and M.O. Zweifler. 1994. Regional water quality remediation. Poster and abstract prepared for Leadership, Change and Organizational Renewal: the 1994 Fall Extension Conference, Michigan State University. p. 93.

Fried, J.S. and J.K. Gilless, 1993. Simulating initial attack: stochastic formulation brings risk consideration to fire protection planning. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Systems Analysis and Management Decisions in Forestry, Valdivia, Chile, March 8-12, 1993 pp. 76-94.

Fried, J.S., J.K. Gilless and B.D. Fried. 1991. CFES 2 -- A wildland fire protection planning model with a risk dimension. Pacific Rim Forestry -- Bridging the World, Proceedings of the 1991 Society of American Foresters National Convention, San Francisco, California. August 4-7, 1991. 536-537.

Fried, J.S. and M.S. Torn. 1991. Modeling the effects of climate warming on wildfire severity in California. pp. 377-385 in Proceedings of the 1991 Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, Charleston, South Carolina. March 3-7, 1991.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SE-74.

Gilless, J.K. and J. S. Fried. 1991. Implementation of a wildland fire protection planning system by a state resource management agency: simulation proves more useful than optimization. pp. 312-319 in Proceedings of the 1991 Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, Charleston, South Carolina. March 3-7, 1991.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SE-74.

Fried, J.S. and J.K. Gilless. 1988. Modification of an initial attack simulation model to include stochastic components. pp. 235-246 in Proceedings of the 1988 Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources, Asilomar Conference Center, Pacific Grove, California, March 29 - April 1, 1988.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report RM-161.

Fried, J.S., J.K. Gilless and R.E. Martin. 1987. CFES--The California Fire Economics Simulator: A computerized system for wildland fire protection planning. pp 212-217 in Proceedings, Symposium on Wildland Fire 2000, 1987  April 27-30; South Lake Tahoe, CA; USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-101.

Fried, J.S. 1987. Big leaf maple in Douglas-fir forests: effects on soils; seedling establishment and early growth. p. 435 in Proceedings, Symposium on Multiple-Use Management of California's Hardwood Resources, 1986  November 12-14; San Luis Obispo, CA; USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-100.

Fried, J.S., K.A. Surano, P.F. Daley, J.H. Shinn and P. Anderson. 1986. Biomass production and nutrient responses of ponderosa pine to long-term elevated CO2 concentrations. pp 11-18 in Proceedings, Ninth North American Forest Biology Workshop, 1986 June 15-18; Stillwater, OK.

OTHER PUBLISHED WORK

Fried, J.S., G.J. Winter and C. Vogt. 2005. Demographic and Geographic approaches to predicting public acceptance of fuel treatments at the wildland-urban interface. Final Report to the Governing Board, Joint Fire Science Program on Project 99-1-2-10. 11 p.        

Ohmann, J.L., M.C. Wimberly, J.S. Fried, .K.B. Pierce, and M.J. Gregory.  2005. A Novel Approach to Regional Fuel Mapping: Linking Inventory Plots with Satellite Imagery and GIS Databases Using the Gradient Nearest Neighbor Method. Final Report to the Governing Board, Joint Fire Science Program on Project 01-1-4-09. 60 p. Web-posted at http://www.fsl.orst.edu/lemma/pubs/final_report_01-1-4-09_29sep05.pdf

Winter, G., C. Vogt, & J.S. Fried. 2002. Demographic and Geographic Approaches to Predicting Public Acceptance of Fuel Management at the Wildland-Urban Interface, Phase II Project Report, Final Survey Data Report. Submitted to the Joint Fire Science Program Board. 73 p.

Rummer, R., J. Prestemon, D. May, P. Miles, J. Vissage, R. McRoberts, G. Liknes, W. Shepard, D. Ferguson, W. Elliot, S. Miller, S. Reutebuch, J. Barbour, J. Fried, B Stokes, E. Bilek and K. Skog. 2003. A strategic assessment of forest biomass and fuel reduction treatments in western states. Unnumbered, web-posted FS/WO publication at http://www.fs.fed.us/research/pdf/Western_final.pdf as of 9 May 2003. 18 p.

Willits, S., J.S. Fried and W. Van Hees. 2002. PNW-FIA Program Research and Analysis Plan. On file at the USDA Forest Service PNW Research Station, Portland, OR.

Vasievich, J.M., J.S. Fried and L.A. Leefers [eds]. 2000. Seventh Symposium on Systems Analysis in Forest Resources. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NC-205. 470 p.

Fried, J.S. 1999. Why are Forestry GIS problems so hard? Positio August p. 12-14.

Torn, M.S., E. Mills, and J.S. Fried. 1999. Will climate change spark more wildfire damage? Contingencies. July/August p. 34-43.

Torn, M.S., E. Mills, and J.S. Fried. 1998. Will climate change spark more wildfire damage? Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Report Number 42592.

Fried, J.S. 1997. Wetland and Environmental Applications of GIS by John G. Lyon and Jack McCarthy (eds). Transactions in GIS, 2(1): 95-96 (book review).

Miller, H., K. Kemp, D. Brown and J.S. Fried. 1997. Alternative designs for curriculum content and evaluation: a white paper on education policy in geographic information science. University Consortium on Geographic Information Science. http://www.ncgia.ucsb.edu/other/ucgis/ed_priorities/curricula.html

Winter, G.J. and J.S. Fried. 1997. Valuing the social and economic impacts of fire at the urban-wildland interface: a statistical summary of survey responses. Pr oject report for USDA Forest Service Cooperative Agreement #239332 on file at Michigan State University Department of Forestry and via world-wide web at http://jeremy.msu.edu/pubs/cvfiresumm1997

Fried, J.S., and C. Gustafson. 1994. Stratification of the East Bay Municipal Utilities District watershed lands for fire potential: a phase 1 report on prepared for the fire management at the urban wildland interface section of the EBMUD Master Plan, prepared for EA Engineering, Lafayette, CA.

Fried, J.S. 1992. Forest growth, harvest, and employment in the Sierra Nevada. Policy paper prepared for Environment Now and the Sierra Now 1992 conference. 29 p.

Fried, J.S. 1992. Forest issues at the public private interface. Policy paper prepared for Environment Now and the Sierra Now 1992 conference. 13 p.

Fried, J.S. 1992. Stochastic simulation of initial attack on wildland fire. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of California, Berkeley. 183 p.