Forests and Fire

APPLIED GEOGRAPHY

LiDAR technology to map forest continuity: A municipality tool to prevent forest fires in a Wildland–Urban interface
Badia, Gisbert in: Applied Geography (2020), 114, Article 102134

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FOREST RESEARCH

Early seral pathways of vegetation change following repeated short-interval, high-severity wildfire in a low-elevation, mixed conifer – hardwood forest landscape of the Klamath Mountains, California
McCord et al. in: Canadian Journal of Forest Research (2020), 50:1, pp 13-23

FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

Black-backed woodpecker occupancy in burned and beetle-killed forests: Disturbance agent matters
Tingley et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 455, Article 117694

Harvested forests as a surrogate to wildfires in relation to grizzly bear food-supply in west-central Alberta
Souliere et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 456, Article 117685

Post-fire aspen (Populus tremuloides) regeneration varies in response to winter precipitation across a regional climate gradient
McIlroy, Shinneman in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 455, Article 117681

The effect of species diversity on tree growth varies during forest succession in the boreal forest of central Canada
Taylor, Gao, Chen in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 455, Article 117641

The influence of prescribed fire on wild turkeys in the Southeastern United States: A review and synthesis
Wann, Martin, Chamberlain in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 455, Article 117661

Woody biomass accumulation in a Cerrado of Central Brazil monitored for 27 years after the implementation of silvicultural systems
Azevedo et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 455, Article 117718

FORESTS

Modelling Post-Disturbance Successional Dynamics of the Canadian Boreal Mixedwoods
Maleki et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:1, Article 3

Soil Microbial Diversity, Biomass, and Activity in Two Pine Plantations of Southern Italy Treated with Prescribed Burning
Giuditta et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:1, Article 19

The Interaction of Wildfire Risk Mitigation Policies in the Presence of Spatial Externalities and Heterogeneous Landowners
Al Abri, Grogan in: Forests (2020), 11:1, Article 15

FRONTIERS IN FORESTS AND GLOBAL CHANGE

Fire effects on understory forest regeneration in southern Amazonia
Prestes et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 10

No net loss of species diversity after prescribed fires in the Brazilian savanna
Durigan et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 13

Short-term effects of recent fire on the production and translocation of pyrogenic carbon in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Matosziuk et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 6

Simulation modeling of complex climate, wildfire, and vegetation dynamics to address wicked problems in land management
Loehman, Keane, Holsinger in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 3

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE

Exploring fire response to high wind speeds: fire rate of spread, energy release and flame residence time from fires burned in pine needle beds under winds up to 27 m s−1
Butler et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:1, pp 81-92

Mesoscale spatiotemporal predictive models of daily human- and lightning-caused wildland fire occurrence in British Columbia
Nadeem et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:1, pp 11-27

Regional seasonality of fire size and fire weather conditions across Australia’s northern savanna
Perry et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:1, pp 1-10

Risk assessment for wildland fire aerial detection patrol route planning in Ontario, Canada
McFayden et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:1, pp 28-41

JOURNAL OF VEGETATION SCIENCE

Effects of 20th‐century settlement fires on landscape structure and forest composition in eastern Quebec, Canada
Terrail et al. in: Journal of Vegetation Science (2020), 31:1, pp 40-52

How do plant communities differ between fire refugia and fire‐generated early‐seral vegetation?
Downing et al. in: Journal of Vegetation Science (2020), 31:1, pp 26-39

PLANT ECOLOGY

Fire-adapted traits of threatened shrub species in riparian refugia: implications for fire regime management
Le Breton et al. in: Plant Ecology (2020), 221:1, pp 69-81

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