Western Ecological Research Center, Sequoia Field ...
U.S. Geologic Survey
Three Rivers , CA , United States
Publications in Fire Ecology
Fire Decreases Arthropod Abundance But Increases Diversity: Early and Late Season Prescribed Fire Effects in a Sierra Nevada Mixed-Conifer Forest
Prior to fire suppression in the 20th century, the mixed-conifer forests of the Sierra Nevada, California, U.S.A., historically burned in frequent fires that typically occurred during the late summer and early fall. Fire managers have been attempting to restore natural ecosystem processes through prescription burning, and have often favored burning during the fall in order to mimic historical fire regimes. [Read More]
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