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K. W. Davies, Boyd, C. S., Bates, J. D., and Hulet, A., Dormant season grazing may decrease wildfire probability by increasing fuel moisture and reducing fuel amount and continuity, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 24, no. 6, p. 849, 2015.
K. W. Davies, Bates, J. D., Svejcar, T., and Boyd, C. S., Effects of Long-Term Livestock Grazing on Fuel Characteristics in Rangelands: An Example From the Sagebrush Steppe, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 63, no. 6, pp. 662 - 669, 2010.
K. W. Davies, Boyd, C. S., and Bates, J. D., Eighty Years of Grazing by Cattle Modifies Sagebrush and Bunchgrass Structure, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 71, no. 3, pp. 275 - 280, 2018.
K. W. Davies, Gearhart, A., Boyd, C. S., and Bates, J. D., Fall and Spring Grazing Influence Fire Ignitability and Initial Spread in Shrub Steppe Communities, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 26, no. 6, p. 485, 2017.
K. W. Davies, Wollstein, K., Dragt, B., and O'Connor, C., Grazing Management to Reduce Wildfire Risk in Invasive Annual Grass Prone Sagebrush Communities, Rangelands, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 194 - 199, 2022.
K. W. Davies, Bates, J. D., and Boyd, C. S., Response of Planted Sagebrush Seedlings to Cattle Grazing Applied to Decrease Fire Probability, Rangeland Ecology & Management, vol. 73, no. 5, pp. 629-635, 2020.
K. W. Davies, Boyd, C. S., Bates, J. D., and Hulet, A., Winter grazing can reduce wildfire size, intensity and behaviour in a shrub-grassland, International Journal of Wildland Fire, vol. 25, no. 2, p. 191, 2015.