Effects of prescribed burning on soil and vegetation

@inproceedings{Catalanotti2011EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of prescribed burning on soil and vegetation},
  author={A. E. Catalanotti},
  year={2011}
}
Fire has always been a natural ecological factor, affecting evolution, dynamics and distribution of vegetation in the world. Wildfires are favoured by the alternance of a wet season in which fuel (biomass and necromass) accumulates, and a dry season, in which the dried fuel becomes easily flammable. Therefore, the Mediterranean Region, with these climatic conditions, has been strongly interested by wildfires so that vegetation is adapted to this perturbation being able to regenerate either… CONTINUE READING

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