School of Natural Resources
University of Arizona
325 Biological Sciences East
Tucson , AZ 85721, United States
Publications in Fire Ecology
Do Plant Invasions Change the Effects of Fire on Animals?
Fire and invasions by nonnative plants can change the structure and function of ecosystems, and independent effects of each of these processes have been well studied. When fire is restored to areas where it has been excluded and the native plant communities have been invaded by nonnative species, changes in vegetation structure and composition are likely to alter the fire regime. These changes, in turn, might alter the effects of fire on wildlife and wildlife habitat. [Read More]
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