Fire history and fire―climate relationships along a fire regime gradient in the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed, NM, USA

@article{Margolis2009FireHA,
  title={Fire history and fire―climate relationships along a fire regime gradient in the Santa Fe Municipal Watershed, NM, USA},
  author={E. Q. Margolis and Jeff Balmat},
  journal={Forest Ecology and Management},
  year={2009},
  volume={258},
  pages={2416-2430}
}
Abstract The Santa Fe municipal watershed provides up to 40% of the city's water and is at high risk of a stand-replacing fire that could threaten the water resource and cause severe ecological damage. Restoration and crown fire hazard reduction in the ponderosa pine (PP) forest is in progress, but the historic role of crown fire in the mixed-conifer/aspen (MC) and spruce-dominated forests is unknown but necessary to guide management here and in similar forests throughout the southwestern… Expand
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