Post-fire logging debate ignores many issues.

  title={Post-fire logging debate ignores many issues.},
  author={Dominick A Dellasala and James Karr and Tania L. Schoennagel and Dave Perry and Reed F Noss and David Lindenmayer and Robert L. Beschta and Richard L. Hutto and M. E. Swanson and Jon Evans},
  volume={314 5796},
RECENT CONTROVERSY CONCERNING POST-FIRE LOGGING IN OREGON is emblematic of the problems of “salvage logging” globally (1). Although tree regeneration after disturbances in forested areas is important (2–4), a narrow view of this issue ignores important ecological lessons, especially the role of disturbances in diversifying and rejuvenating landscapes. Scientific advances in recent decades demonstrate that disturbances are not catastrophes, trees in these landscapes are not wasted if they are… CONTINUE READING
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