Fire and Invasive Species within the Temperate and Boreal Coniferous Forests of Western North America

Abstract

Invasive, nonnative plant species have been a concern of land managers within the temperate and boreal coniferous forest eco-region for nearly a century. Fire management, timber harvest, grazing, mining, recreation, and agriculture have not only exacerbated invasive species establishment and spread, but have been impacted by such species as well. Some… (More)

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@inproceedings{HarrodFireAI, title={Fire and Invasive Species within the Temperate and Boreal Coniferous Forests of Western North America}, author={Richy J. Harrod and Sarah Hayden Reichard} }