Pyric herbivory: rewilding landscapes through the recoupling of fire and grazing.

@article{Fuhlendorf2009PyricHR,
  title={Pyric herbivory: rewilding landscapes through the recoupling of fire and grazing.},
  author={Samuel D. Fuhlendorf and David M. Engle and Jay D. Kerby and Robert M. Hamilton},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={23 3},
  pages={588-98}
}
Our understanding of fire and grazing is largely based on small-scale experimental studies in which treatments are uniformly applied to experimental units that are considered homogenous. Any discussion of an interaction between fire and grazing is usually based on a statistical approach that ignores the spatial and temporal interactions on complex landscapes. We propose a new focus on the ecological interaction of fire and grazing in which each disturbance is spatially and temporally dependent… CONTINUE READING
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