About Camille

My research focuses on post-disturbance recovery. Focusing on challenges facing disturbed lands, my research is both basic in understanding species and ecosystem responses to disturbances, and applied for improving future ecosystem management. We use multiple techniques including observational field surveys, geospatial analyses, and experimental approaches.

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  • Community Ecology
  • Ecology
  • Entomologist
  • Invasive and Exotic Species
  • Remote Sensing
  • Restoration Ecology
  • Spatial Ecology
  • Statistical Analyses
  • Statistical Methods
  • Fire Ecology


Ph.D., Natural Resources - University of Idaho
Moscow, ID, 2015

Certificate, Applied Statistics - Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ, 2011

MS, Forestry - Northern Arizona University
Flagstaff, AZ, 2011

B.S. , Biology/Environmental Studies - Brandeis University
Waltham, MA, 2007

Selected Publications

Repeated wildfires enhance the resilience of mixed-conifer ecosystems

  • Stevens-Rumann, CS, and Morgan, P,

Ten years after wildfires: how does varying tree mortality impact fire hazard and forest sustainability?

  • Stevens-Rumann, CS, Sieg, CH, Hunter, ME,

Evidence for declining forest resilience to wildfires under climate change

  • Stevens-Rumann, CS, Kemp, K, Higuera, P, Harvey, B, Rother, M, Donato, D, Morgan, P, Veblen T,

TAMM Review: Wildland fire-on-fire interactions: management implications under a changing climate. Forest Ecology and Management

  • Prichard, S, Stevens-Rumann, CS, and Hessburg, P,

Returning fire to the land- celebrating traditional knowledge and fire.

  • Lake, FK, Morgan P, Wright, V, McFadzen, M, Alvarado, E, McWethy D, Stevens-Rumann, CS ,