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Publications in Fire Ecology
The Role of Fire-Return Interval and Season of Burn in Snag Dynamics in a South Florida Slash Pine Forest
Standing dead trees, or snags, are an important habitat element for many animal species. In many ecosystems, fire is a primary driver of snag population dynamics because it can both create and consume snags. The objective of this study was to examine how variation in two key components of the fire regime-fire-return interval and season of burn-affected population dynamics of snags. [Read More]
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