Do temporal changes in vegetation structure additional to time since fire predict changes in bird occurrence?

Abstract

Fire is a major ecological process in ecosystems globally. Its impacts on fauna can be both direct (e.g., mortality) and indirect (e.g., altered habitat), resulting in population recovery being driven by several possible mechanisms. Separating direct from indirect impacts of fire on faunal population recovery can be valuable in guiding management of… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/eap.1367

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