Richard L. Hutto

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University of Montana
Avian Science Center, Division of Biological Scien...
Missoula , MT 59812, United States

Publications in Fire Ecology

What Constitutes a Natural Fire Regime? Insight from the Ecology and Distribution of Coniferous Forest Birds in North America
Pages: 115-132
DOI: 10.4996/fireecology.0402115

Bird species that specialize in the use of burned forest conditions can provide insight into the prehistoric fire regimes associated with the forest types that they have occupied over evolutionary time. The nature of their adaptations reflects the specific post-fire conditions that occurred prior to the unnatural influence of humans after European settlement.  [Read More]

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