Schultz, C.A., Moseley, C. 2019. Collaborations and capacities to transform US fire management. Science 366 (6461): 38-40; doi: 10.1126/science.aay3727
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Schultz, C.A., McCaffrey, S., Huber-Stearns, H. 2019. Policy barriers and opportunities for prescribed fire application in the Western United States. International Journal of Wildland Fire (online); Available at: https://doi.org/10.1071/WF19040
Schultz, C.A.,P. Thompson, S. McCaffrey. 2019. Forest Service fire management and the elusiveness of change. Fire Ecology 15: 13; Available at : https://doi.org/10.1186/s42408-019-0028-x
Wurtzebach, Z., Schultz, C.A., Waltz, A.E.M., Esch, B.E., and Wasserman, T.N. 2019. Broader-scale monitoring fore federal forest planning: challenges and opportunities. Journal of Forestry (online). Available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/jofore/fvz009
Rutherford, T.K, Schultz, C.A. 2019. Adapting wildland fire governance to climate change in Alaska. Ecology and Society 24(1): 27-40. Available at: https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol24/iss1/art27/
Butler, W.H., Schultz, C. A., 2019. A New Era for Collaborative Forest Management: Insights for Policy and Practice from the CFLRP. Routledge Earthscan: New York, USA. Available at: https://www.routledge.com/A-New-Era-for-Collaborative-Forest-Management-Policy-and-Practice-insights/Butler-Schultz/p/book/9781138491274
Schultz, C. A., Timberlake, T.J., Wurtzebach, Z.P., McIntyre, K.B., Moseley, C. 2019. Policy tools to address scale mismatches: lessons from US forest governance. Ecology and Society 24 (1):21. Available at: https://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol24/iss1/art21/
Cyphers, L., Schultz, C.A. 2018. Policy Design to Support Cross-Boundary Land Management: The Example of the Joint Chiefs Landscape Restoration Partnership. Land Use Policy; Available at: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landusepol.2018.09.021
Pitt, A.N., Schultz, C.A., Vaske, J.J. 2019. Engaging youth in public lands monitoring: opportunities for enhancing ecological literacy and environmental stewardship. Environmental Education Research; Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2019.1649368
Ricco, G., Schultz, C.A. Understanding organizational learning during policy implementation: lessons from US forest planning. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 21: 275-287; Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/1523908X.2019.1623659
McWethy, D., Schoennagel,T., Higuera, P.E., Krawchuk, M., Harvey, B.J., Metcalf, E.C., Schultz, C.A., Miller, C., Metcalf, A.L., Buma, B., Virapongse, A., Kulig, J.C., Stedman, R.C., Ratajczak, Z., Nelson, C.R., Kolden, C. 2019. Wildfire in the West: Learning to live in increasingly fire-prone landscapes. Nature Sustainability 2: 797-804.
Higuera, P.E., Metcalf, A.L., Miller, C., Buma, B., McWethy, D.B., Metcalf, E.C., Ratajczak, Z., Nelson, C.R., Chaffin, B.C., Stedman, R.C., McCaffrey, S., Schoennagel, T., Harvey, B.J., Hood, S.M., Schultz, C.A., Black, A.E., Campbell, D., Haggerty, J.H., Keane, R.E., Krawchuk, M.A., Kulig, J.C., Rafferty, R., Virapongse, A. 2019. Integrating subjective and objective dimensions of resilience in fire-prone landscapes. Bioscience 69: 375-388; Available at: https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biz030
Schultz, C.A., McIntyre, K.B., Cyphers, L., Kooistra, C., Ellison, A., Moseley, C. 2018. Policy Design for Forest Restoration: The Value of Focused Investment and Collaboration. Forests 9: 512, doi:10.3390/f9090512. Available at: http://www.mdpi.com/1999-4907/9/9/512
Timberlake, T. J., Joyce, L. A., Schultz, C. A., and Lampman, G. 2018. Design of a Workshop Process to Support Consideration of Natural Range of Variation and Climate Change for Land Management Planning Under the 2012 Planning Rule. Res. Note RMRS-RN-82. Fort Collins, CO: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. 36 p. Timberlake et al. NRV Workshop Research Note.pdf
Kleindl, W. J. et al. 2018. Toward a Social-Ecological Theory of Forest Macrosystems for Improved Ecosystem Management. Forests 9(4): 200.
Pitt, A. N., and C. A. Schultz. 2018. Youth-based Citizen Science Monitoring: Case Studies from Three National Forests. Journal of Forestry 116(2): 109-116.
Schultz, C. A., Moseley, C., Mattor, K., McIntyre, K. B., and A. Ellison. 2018. Key Findings and Recommendations Based on the USDA Forest Service Integrated Resource Restoration Pilot Third-Party Review. Journal of Forestry 116(1): 5-12.
Timberlake, T. J., and C. A. Schultz. 2017. Policy, Practice, and Partnerships for Climate Change Adaptation Planning on U.S. National Forests. Climatic Change 144(20): 257-269.
Schultz, C. A., Mattor, K. D., and C. Moseley. 2016. Aligning policies to support forest restoration and promote organizational change. Forest Policy and Economics 73: 195-203.
Wurtzebach, Z., and C.A. Schultz. 2016. Measuring Ecological Integrity: History and Practical Application. Bioscience 66: 446-457.
Spencer, A.G., C.A. Schultz, and C.M. Hoffman. 2015. Enhancing adaptive capacity for restoring fire-adapted ecosystems: the Fire Learning Networks’ Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges. Ecology and Society 20(3):38. [online] URL: http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol20/iss3/art38/
Schultz, C.A., C. Moseley, and K. Mattor. 2015. Striking the Balance Between Budgetary Discretion and Performance Accountability: The Case of the US Forest Service’s Approach to Integrated Restoration. Journal of Natural Resources Policy Research 7: 109-123.
Becknell, J.M., A.R. Desai, M.C. Dietze, C.A. Schultz, G. Starr, P.A. Duffy, J.F. Franklin, A. Pourmokhtarian, J. Hall, P. Stoy, M.W. Binford, L.R. Boring, and C.L. Staudhammer. 2015. Assessing the effects of interactions among changing climate, management, and disturbance on forests: a macrosystems approach. Bioscience 65: 263-274.
Benson, M.H., and Schultz, C. 2015. Adaptive management and the law in Allen, C., Garmestani, A., and Smith, C., eds. Adaptive Management of Natural Resources in Theory and Practice. Springer: New York.
Schultz, C., Coelho, D., and Beam. R. 2014. The design and governance of multi-party monitoring under the U.S. Forest Service’s Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program. Journal of Forestry 112: 198-206.
Schultz, C., Sisk, T.D., Noon, B.R., and Nie, M.A. 2013 (invited paper). Wildlife conservation planning under the United States Forest Service’s 2012 planning rule. Journal of Wildlife Management 77: 428-444.
Coelho, D., Wurtzebach, Z., and Schultz, C. 2013. Adaptive management in Egan, D. and T. Dubay, eds. Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges: Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Handbook, pp. 163-190. Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ.
Schultz, C. and Nie, M. 2012. Decision-making triggers, adaptive management, and natural resources law and planning. Natural Resources Journal 52:.443-521.
Schultz, C., Jedd, T., and Beam, R. 2012. The Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Act as a policy experiment: a history and overview of funded projects. Journal of Forestry 110: 381-391.
Nie, M., and Schultz, C. 2012. Decision-making triggers in adaptive management. Conservation Biology 26: 1137-1144.
Schultz, C. 2012. History of the cumulative effects analysis requirement under NEPA and its interpretation in U.S. Forest Service case law. Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 27: 125-190.
Schultz, C. 2012. The U.S. Forest Service’s analysis of cumulative effects to wildlife: a study of legal standards, current practice, and ongoing challenges on a National Forest. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 32: 74-81; doi:10.1016/j.eiar.2011.03.003.
Schultz, C. 2010. Challenges in connecting cumulative effects analysis to effective wildlife conservation planning. Bioscience 60: 545-551.
Schultz, C. 2008. Responding to scientific uncertainty in forest policy and planning. Environmental Science and Policy 11: 253-271.