R. Adam Martin

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Center for Natural Lands Management
120 East Union Avenue #215
Olympia, Washington 98501, USA

Publications in Fire Ecology

Ignition Patterns Influence Fire Severity and Plant Communities in Pacific Northwest, USA, Prairies
Pages: 88-102
DOI: 10.4996/fireecology.1201088

In the prairies of the Pacific Northwest, USA, fire has been reintroduced as a tool for reducing non-native, invasive plant cover and promoting the growth and establishment of native plant communities.  Head fires and backing fires are the two primary ignition patterns used to complete most prescribed burns, but the relative effectiveness of these two methods on invasive plant control and native enhancement is unknown.  [Read More]

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