Anthropogenic influences on potential fire spread in a pyrogenic ecosystem of Florida, USA


Fire has historically been an important ecological factor maintaining southeastern U.S. vegetation. Humans have altered natural fire regimes by fragmenting fuels, introducing exotic species, and suppressing fires. Little is known about how these alterations specifically affect spatial fire extent and pattern. We applied historic (1920 and 1943) and current… (More)
DOI: 10.1023/

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