Here are my main published papers, articles, or reports, arranged by year. (Eventually I’ll link the actual papers…standby)
Hart, H., D. D. B. Perrakis, S. W. Taylor, C. Bone, and C. Bozzini. 2021. Georeferencing Oblique Aerial Wildfire Photographs: An Untapped Source of Fire Behaviour Data. Fire 4:1-19. https://doi.org/10.3390/fire4040081
Perrakis, D. D. B., and S. W. Taylor. 2019. Emerging fire management research: new fire occurrence models and fire behaviour prediction scheme. Pages 22-24 in BC Forest Professional. November-December 2019. Association of BC Forest Professionals, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
Perrakis, D. D. B., M. G. Cruz, M. E. Alexander, S. W. Taylor, and J. L. Beverly. 2019. Linking Dynamic Empirical Fire Spread Models: Introducing Canadian Conifer Pyrometrics. Proceedings from the 6th Fuels and Fire Behaviour Conference, 29 April-03 May 2019, Marseille, France.
Perrakis, D. D. B., G. Eade, and D. Hicks. 2018. British Columbia Wildfire Fuel Typing and Fuel Type Layer Description. Information Report BC-X-444, Natural Resources Canada, Pacific Forestry Centre, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Perrakis, D. D. B., R. Stohmann, and S. W. Taylor. 2018. Wildfire risk analysis for the CRD Greater Victoria water supply area (Final). Capital Regional District, Integrated Water Services Division, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Perrakis, D. D. B., and G. Eade. 2016. British Columbia wildfire fuel typing and fuel type layer overview, 2015 version (working paper). BC Wildfire Service, Ministry of Forests, Lands, and Natural Resource Operations, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.
Wang, X., M.-A. Parisien, S. W. Taylor, D. D. Perrakis, J. Little, and M. D. Flannigan. 2016. Future burn probability in south-central British Columbia. International Journal of Wildland Fire 25:200-212.
Perrakis, D. D. B., R. A. Lanoville, S. W. Taylor, and D. Hicks. 2014. Modeling wildfire spread rates in mountain pine beetle-affected forest stands, British Columbia, Canada. Fire Ecology 10:10-35.
Parisien, M.-A., G. Walker, J. M. Little, B. N. Simpson, X. Wang, and D. D. B. Perrakis. 2013. Considerations for modeling burn probability across landscapes with steep environmental gradients: an example from the Columbia Mountains, Canada. Natural Hazards 66:439-462.
White, C. A., D. D. B. Perrakis, V. G. Kafka, and T. Ennis. 2011. Burning at the Edge: Integrating Biophysical and Eco-Cultural Fire Processes in Canada’s Parks and Protected Areas. Fire Ecology 7:74-106.
Perrakis, D. D. B., J. K. Agee, and A. Eglitis. 2011. Effects of prescribed burning on mortality and resin defenses in old-growth ponderosa pine (Crater Lake, Oregon): four years of post-fire monitoring. Natural Areas Journal 31:14-25.
Soverel, N. O., N. C. Coops, D. D. B. Perrakis, L. D. Daniels, and S. E. Gergel. 2011. The transferability of a dNBR derived model to predict burn severity across ten wildland fires in western Canada. International Journal of Wildland Fire 20:518-531.
Soverel, N. O., D. D. B. Perrakis, and N. C. Coops. 2010. Estimating burn severity from Landsat dNBR and RdNBR indices across western Canada. Remote Sensing of Environment 114:1896-1909.
Perrakis, D. D. B., and J. K. Agee. 2006. Seasonal fire effects on mixed-conifer forest structure and ponderosa pine resin properties. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 36:238-254.