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Whither wildlife without fire

By L. A. Brennan, R. T. Engstrom, W. E. Palmer, S. M. Hermann, G. A. Hurst, L. W. Burger and C. L. Hardy

Abstract

Fire is a major ecosystem process that has been pervasive across the southern forest landscape on an evolutionary time scale (Watts and Hansen 1988). Wildlife evolved in response to frequent lightning-ignited bums that shaped the biota of the Southeast. Despite the dominant role that fire has played on a

Year: 1998
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