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Clearcutting and wildfire are the two major edge-creating disturbances in boreal forests. While clearcutting retains at least a 30 m buffer, wildfires...Read more
Managers are often asked to include conservation values in forest management plans. In the upland coastal plain of the southeastern United States, fir...Read more
Fire is an intrinsic component of many natural ecosystems. In human-modified landscapes that occur in fire-driven ecosystems, it can be difficult to m...Read more
This paper presents analyses of fire occurrence data, collected nationally each day by satellite, that map and quantify where fire occurrences were co...Read more
These proceedings contain papers presented at the 'Wildland Fire in the Appalachians: Discussions Among Managers and Scientists', held in Roanoke, Vir...Read more
Effective decision-making in environmental management requires the consideration of multiple objectives that may conflict. Common optimization methods...Read more
Shrubland ecosystems are often inherently flammable due to a canopy structure favourable for fire propagation. At the same time, the fuel bed is not s...Read more
Colonization by woody plants is often very slow or absent on grasslands occupying degraded land in the tropics. Seed dispersal limitation is widely re...Read more
More than a century of forest management, including fire exclusion, livestock grazing and tree harvesting, may have affected forest structure and comp...Read more
The regeneration potential of oak following a disturbance or harvest that initiates stand regeneration is determined largely by the size structure of ...Read more