Opportunities for Improved Fire Use and Management in California : Lessons from Western Australia

@inproceedings{Sneeuwjagt2013OpportunitiesFI,
  title={Opportunities for Improved Fire Use and Management in California : Lessons from Western Australia},
  author={Rick J. Sneeuwjagt and Tim S. Kline and Scott L. Stephens},
  year={2013}
}
A medida que se esclarece la necesidad de usar grandes escalas en los tratamientos de combustibles necesarios para promover la salud de los ecosistemas y reducir las altas cargas de combustibles en los bosques mixtos de California, el manejo está empezando a orientarse a la implementación del uso de quemas prescritas para tratar porciones significativas del paisaje. Analizamos el ejemplo de las altamente exitosas quemas prescritas a gran escala del oeste australiano, implementadas por el… CONTINUE READING

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