ModElIng fIrE and otHEr dIStUrBanCE proCESSES USIng landIS

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—LANDIS is a landscape decision support tool that models spatial relationships to help managers and planners examine the large-scale, long-term, cumulative effects of succession, harvesting, wildfire, prescribed fire, insects, and disease. It can operate on forest landscapes from a few thousand to a few million acres in extent. Fire modeling capabilities in… (More)

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@inproceedings{Fire2009ModElIngFA, title={ModElIng fIrE and otHEr dIStUrBanCE proCESSES USIng landIS}, author={M. Fire and otHEr dIStUrBanCE proCESSES and USIng landIS and Stephen R. Shifley and Jian Yang and Hong He}, year={2009} }