Prescribed burning consumes key forest structural components: implications for landscape heterogeneity.

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Prescribed burning to achieve management objectives is a common practice in fire-prone regions worldwide. Structural components of habitat that are combustible and slow to develop are particularly susceptible to change associated with prescribed burning. We used an experimental, "whole-landscape" approach to investigate the effect of differing patterns of… (More)
DOI: 10.1002/eap.1488

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