Avi Bar-Massada
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Rapid growth of the US wildland-urban interface raises wildfire risk
VC Radeloff, DP Helmers, HA Kramer, MH Mockrin, PM Alexandre, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (13), 3314-3319, 2018
Wildfire ignition-distribution modelling: a comparative study in the Huron–Manistee National Forest, Michigan, USA
AB Massada, AD Syphard, SI Stewart, VC Radeloff
International journal of wildland fire 22 (2), 174-183, 2012
Housing arrangement and location determine the likelihood of housing loss due to wildfire
AD Syphard, JE Keeley, AB Massada, TJ Brennan, VC Radeloff
PloS one 7 (3), e33954, 2012
Wildfire risk in the wildland–urban interface: a simulation study in northwestern Wisconsin
AB Massada, VC Radeloff, SI Stewart, TJ Hawbaker
Forest Ecology and Management 258 (9), 1990-1999, 2009
Land use planning and wildfire: development policies influence future probability of housing loss
AD Syphard, A Bar Massada, V Butsic, JE Keeley
PloS one 8 (8), e71708, 2013
Biotic and abiotic effects of human settlements in the wildland–urban interface
A Bar-Massada, VC Radeloff, SI Stewart
Bioscience 64 (5), 429-437, 2014
Global COVID-19 lockdown highlights humans as both threats and custodians of the environment
AE Bates, RB Primack, BS Biggar, TJ Bird, ME Clinton, RJ Command, ...
Biological conservation 263, 109175, 2021
Trends in ecological research during the last three decades–a systematic review
Y Carmel, R Kent, A Bar-Massada, L Blank, J Liberzon, O Nezer, G Sapir, ...
PLoS One 8 (4), e59813, 2013
Assessing wildfire exposure in the Wildland-Urban Interface area of the mountains of central Argentina
JP Argañaraz, VC Radeloff, A Bar-Massada, GI Gavier-Pizarro, ...
Journal of environmental management 196, 499-510, 2017
The richness–heterogeneity relationship differs between heterogeneity measures within and among habitats
A Bar‐Massada, EM Wood
Ecography 37 (6), 528-535, 2014
Effects of ignition location models on the burn patterns of simulated wildfires
AB Massada, AD Syphard, TJ Hawbaker, SI Stewart, VC Radeloff
Environmental Modelling & Software 26 (5), 583-592, 2011
The relative impacts of vegetation, topography and spatial arrangement on building loss to wildfires in case studies of California and Colorado
PM Alexandre, SI Stewart, MH Mockrin, NS Keuler, AD Syphard, ...
Landscape ecology 31, 415-430, 2016
Complex relationships between species niches and environmental heterogeneity affect species co-occurrence patterns in modelled and real communities
A Bar-Massada
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1813), 20150927, 2015
Using structure locations as a basis for mapping the wildland urban interface
A Bar-Massada, SI Stewart, RB Hammer, MH Mockrin, VC Radeloff
Journal of environmental management 128, 540-547, 2013
Factors related to building loss due to wildfires in the conterminous United States
PM Alexandre, SI Stewart, NS Keuler, MK Clayton, MH Mockrin, ...
Ecological applications 26 (7), 2323-2338, 2016
Incorporating output variance in local sensitivity analysis for stochastic models
AB Massada, Y Carmel
ecological modelling 213 (3-4), 463-467, 2008
The role of abiotic environmental conditions and herbivory in shaping bacterial community composition in floral nectar
M Samuni-Blank, I Izhaki, S Laviad, A Bar-Massada, Y Gerchman, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e99107, 2014
Complex effects of scale on the relationships of landscape pattern versus avian species richness and community structure in a woodland savanna mosaic
A Bar‐Massada, EM Wood, AM Pidgeon, VC Radeloff
Ecography 35 (5), 393-411, 2012
Allocating fuel breaks to optimally protect structures in the wildland–urban interface
AB Massada, VC Radeloff, SI Stewart
International Journal of Wildland Fire 20 (1), 59-68, 2011
Quantifying the effect of grazing and shrub-clearing on small scale spatial pattern of vegetation
A Bar Massada, O Gabay, A Perevolotsky, Y Carmel
Landscape Ecology 23, 327-339, 2008
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