Jen Beverly has conducted research on
ecological disturbance processes and their socio-economic impacts. She
has published studies in the areas of fire ecology, fire behaviour,
fire-climate interactions, fire risk assessment, wildfire evacuations,
and landscape values mapping (participatory GIS). She holds PhD and MSc
degrees from the University of Toronto and a BES from the University of
Waterloo. She is based in Edmonton, Alberta, and can be contacted by
Publications in Refereed Journals
- Beverly, J.L., Flannigan, M.D., Stocks, B.J., Bothwell, P. 2011. The
association between Northern Hemisphere climate patterns and interannual
variability in Canadian wildfire activity. Canadian Journal of Forest
Research 41: 2193-2201. **Unfortunately, the original article has been
published with a wrong Volume number in the header and footer. The correct
Volume is 41.
- Beverly, J.L., Bothwell, P. 2011. Wildfire evacuations in Canada 1980-2007.
Natural Hazards 59: 571-596.
- Beverly, J.L.,
Bothwell, P., Conner, J.C.R., Herd, E.P.K. 2010. Assessing the exposure
of the built environment to potential ignition sources generated from
vegetative fuel. International Journal of Wildland Fire 19: 299-313.
- Beverly J.L., Herd, E.P.K., Conner, J.C.R. 2009. Modeling fire susceptibility in west central Alberta, Canada. Forest Ecology and Management 258: 1465-1478.
J.L., Uto, K., Wilkes, J., Bothwell, P. 2008. Assessing spatial
attributes of forest landscape values: an internet-based participatory
mapping approach. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 38: 289-303.
- Wotton, B.M., Beverly, J.L. 2007. Stand specific litter moisture calibrations for the Canadian Fine Fuel Moisture Code. International Journal of Wildland Fire 16: 463-472.
J.L., Wotton, B.M. 2007. Modeling the probability of sustained flaming:
predictive value of fire weather index components compared with
observations of site weather and fuel moisture conditions. International Journal of Wildland Fire 16: 161-173.
- Beverly, J.L., Martell, D.L. 2005. Characterizing extreme fire and weather events in the Boreal Shield ecozone of Ontario. Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 133: 5-16.
- Beverly, J.L., Martell, D.L. 2004. Modeling prescribed surface-fire regimes for Pinus strobus conservation. Conservation Biology18: 1541-1552.
- Beverly, J.L., Martell, D.L. 2003. Modeling Pinus strobus mortality
following prescribed fire in Quetico Provincial Park, northwestern
Ontario. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 33: 740-751.