Publications: Institute for Wildfire Science, Adaptation and Resiliency


Read some of the works by wildfire institute researchers.


  1. Jain, P. Barber, Q. Taylor, S. Whitman, E., Castellanos Acuna, D. Boulanger, Y., Chavardès, R., Chen, J., Englefield, P., Flannigan, M., Girardin, M., Hanes, C., Little, J., Morrison, K., Skakun, R., Thompson, D., Wang, X., & Parisien, M. (2024). Canada Under Fire – Drivers and Impacts of the Record-Breaking 2023 Wildfire Season. Link
  2. Little, K., Graham, L., Flannigan, M., Belcher, C., & Kettridge, N. (2024). Landscape controls on fuel moisture variability in fire-prone heathland and peatland landscapes. Link
  3. Luo, K., Wang, X., de Jong, & M. Flannigan, M. (2024) Drought triggers and sustains overnight fires in North America. Link
  4. Smith, M., Wilkins, K., Holdrege, M., Wilfahrt, P., Collins, S., Knapp, A., Sala, O., Dukes, J., Phillips, R., Yahdjian, L., Gherardi, L., Ohlert, T., Beier, C., Fraser, L. +155 (2024). Extreme drought impacts have been underestimated in grasslands and shrublands globally. Link
  5. Wang, X., Swystun, T., McFayden, C., Erni, S., Oliver, J., Taylor, S., & Flannigan, M. (2024). Mapping the distance between fire hazard and disaster for communities in Canadian forests. Link