Interacting effects of fire severity, time since fire and topography on vegetation structure after wildfire

@inproceedings{Bassett2017InteractingEO,
  title={Interacting effects of fire severity, time since fire and topography on vegetation structure after wildfire},
  author={Michelle A Bassett and Steve W. J. Leonard and Evelyn K. Chia and Michael F. Clarke and Andrew F. Bennett},
  year={2017}
}
Abstract Fire is an important disturbance in forest ecosystems globally. Many of the effects of fire on forest processes are mediated through effects on vegetation structure. Understanding how fire properties, fire regimes and environmental variation interact to affect structure is required in the face of predictions of increasing size and severity of fires – “megafires”. Here, we investigated the influence of topographic position, fire severity, and time since last fire on vegetation structure… CONTINUE READING

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