Wildfire Today. Wildfires, logging topic of conversation in Washington D.C. this week. 5.19.17

Climate CentralScientists: Get used to wildfires in a warming world. 4.17.17

GreenWire. Warming climate requires new approach to blazes — study. 4.18.17  

Inside Climate NewsAs climate change fuels wildfires, fighting them must change, report says. 4.18.17

ScienceDaily. New era of western wildfire demands new ways of protecting people, ecosystems. 4.17.17

Colorado Public Radio. The West is seeing more wildfires: Here's how to combat them. 4.26.17

CU SoundCloudTania Schoennagel's new safety and wildfire study. 4.17.17

Canadian Geographic. Study warns more forest fires likely in western Canada, U.S. 5.1.17

Science Daily. Thrive or fail: Examining forest resilience in the face of fires. 9.7.2016

San Diego Union Tribune. Focus: Do dead or dying trees raise wildfire risk? 7.6.2016

Science. Record US rains trigger wildfire fears. How’s that work? 6.9.2015

USA TodayStudy: Beetle-killed trees don’t increase fire danger. 3.23.2015

Denver Post. Report says beetles don’t make forests more likely to burn. 3.24.2015

ClimateWire. Mountain pine beetles don’t cause more forest area to burn. 3.24.2005

High Country News. Don’t blame bark beetles for fire risk. 3.27.2015

University of Colorado. Study: Western forests decimated by pine beetles not more likely to burn. 3.23.2015

Colorado Public Radio. Video: ‘Unaccpetable Risk’ links climate change, wildfire fighting risks. 2.24.2015
[Schoennagel on panel with fire fighters after film screening]

US News & World Report. As Wildfires Worsen, Calls for Change in Tactics. 11.5.14

The New Yorker. Living with Wildfire. 11.5.2014

Scientific American. Misguided Wildfire Strategy Should Change. 11.5.14

NBCNews. Wildfire-Prone Areas Need to Learn to Live With Flames, Experts Say. 11.5.14

Vice News. Forget what Smokey the Bear Told You. 11.5.2014

University of Colorado. New global wildfire analysis indicates humans need to coexist and adapt. 11.5.14

CompassBlogs. Why Do You Do What You Do? 10.14.14

Science. Don’t blame the beetles. 10.10.14

Denver Post. CU fire study of 8,000 trees finds pre-suppression forests burned hot.  9.24.14

Daily Camera. CU-Boulder researchers' study shows fire severity has precedence. 9.24.14

Colorado Public Radio. Study: Wildfires along Front Range aren't getting more severe. 9.24.14

CompassBlogsFinding Common Ground on Fire Science. 5.20.14
Burning Down Communication Barriers Among Fire Scientists. 5.13.14

High Country News. Wildfire mitigation program helps homeowners create safer communities. 3.13.14
[Schoennagel on Wildfire Partners Advisory Board]

NASA Earth Observatory. Building in Colorado's Fire Zone, Part 1 : Natural Hazards. 11.7.2013.

NASA Earth ObservatoryBuilding in Colorado's Fire Zone, Part 2 : Natural Hazards. 11.8.2013.

ScienceDaily. 2001-2002 Drought Helped Propel Mountain Pine Beetle Epidemic. 11.5.2012.

Daily Camera. CU-Boulder study: Drought of 2001-02 sped up Colorado's pine beetle outbreak. 11.5. 2012.

Coloradoan. Bark beetles a boon to biodiversity. 11.8.2012.

Z6Mag. Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation in Colorado Due to Climate Change. 11.7.2012

CU Arts and Sciences Magazine. Verdict’s still out on pine-beetle-kill fire effects. 10.2012

Mother Jones. High-End Real Estate Worsens Wildfires 8.12.2012.

Climate Central. Life Out West and On the Edge (of Wildfire). 8.12.2012.

CU Connections. Five Questions for Tania Schoennagel. 7.2012

Daily Camera. CU-Boulder researchers: Pine beetles not always tied to increased fire danger. 7.7.2012

National Geographic. In Rocky Mountain Forests, More Fires and More People. 6.8.2012.

Ecological Society of America. Taking stock of U.S. strategies to restore forests in the West. 6.2011

NPR All Things Considered. Wildfires Raging in Arizona. 5.20.2011

Boulder Daily Camera. CU-Boulder researcher: Mitigation 'won't make fires go away' and Tending to the Tinderbox. 5.1.11

Audobon Magazine. The Perfect Firestorm.  5.2011

KUNC. Fourmile Fire Follows Historical Pattern. 9.15.10

Outside Magazine. Beetlemania. 8.10 

LA Times. Forest Projects Aimed at Wildfire Protection Misdirected, Study Says. 6.08.09

MSNBC. Plan to Shield Homes From Wildfires Under Fire. 6.08.09

Denver Post. West's Fire-Risk Funds Go to the Woods. 6.09.09

Denver Post Editorial. Fighting the Wrong Wildfires. 6.14.09

New York Times.  Beetles Add New Dynamic to Forest Fire Control Efforts. 6.27.09

AP. Forest Service Defends Record on Thinning Forests to Prevent Wildfire. 6.27.09

Aspen Daily NewsAs forests die, questionable anxieties thrive. 7.11.09

CyberWest Magazine. Mountain Pine Beetle: Grim Reaper, Widowmaker Or Natural Change Agent' for Colorado's Forests? 11.24.09

Denver Post, Colorado Perspective Column. The Future of Our Forests. 12.6.09

Summit Daily News. Warming is Factor in Outbreak. 12.7.09

Wildland Fire Lessons Learned. Wildfire and Beetle Kill Across the Rocky Mountains.  Fall 2008

Forest Magazine. Bugged. Spring 2007

Forest Magazine. Ready or Not, It’s Here (Smoke Alarm). Spring 2007

Environment News Service. U.S. House of Representatives Moves to Accelerate Salvage Logging. 5. 18. 2006.

New West. Scientists Warn Congress Against Fast-Track Logging in Forests Recovering from Fire. 3.15.06

TIME. Fireproofing the Forests. 8.29.03