Forests and Fire

FOREST ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

A Bayesian network model for prediction and analysis of possible forest fire causes
Sevinc, Kucuk, Goltas in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117723

Could canopy, bark, and leaf litter traits of encroaching non-oak species influence future flammability of upland oak forests?
Babl et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117731

Differences in leaf physiology among juvenile pines and oaks following high-severity wildfire in an Arizona Sky Island Mountain range
Poulos et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117704

Effects and behaviour of experimental fires in grasslands, savannas, and forests of the Brazilian Cerrado
Gomes et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117804

Forest management has reduced the structural diversity of residual boreal old-growth forest landscapes in Eastern Canada
Martin et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117765

Identifying opportunities for the use of broadcast prescribed fire on Colorado’s Front Range
Addington et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117655

Post-fire regeneration of endangered limber pine (Pinus flexilis) at the northern extent of its range
Dawe, Peters, Flannigan in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117725

Shifts in soil traits and arbuscular mycorrhizal symbiosis represent the conservation status of Araucaria araucana forests and the effects after fire events
Chavez et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117806

Short-term changes in soil functionality after wildfire and straw mulching in a Pinus halepensis M. forest
Lucas-Borja et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117700

The effectiveness of adding fire for air quality benefits challenged: A case study of increased fine particulate matter from wilderness fire smoke with more active fire management
Schweizer, Cisneros, Navarro in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117761

The magnet effect of fire on herbivores affects plant community structure in a forested system
Westlake et al. in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117794

Trends in carnivore and ungulate fire ecology research in North American conifer forests
Volkmann, Hutchen, Hodges in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 458, Article 117691

Wildfire effects on forest structure of Pinus merkusii in Sumatra, Indonesia
Hartiningtias, Fule, Gunawan in: Forest Ecology and Management (2020), 457, Article 117760

FORESTS

Contribution of Advanced Regeneration of Pinus radiata D. Don. to Transpiration by a Fragment of Native Forest in Central Chile Is out of Proportion with the Contribution to Sapwood Area
White et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 187

Fire Alters Soil Properties and Vegetation in a Coniferous–Broadleaf Mixed Forest in Central China
Hu et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 164

Fire Severity Drives the Natural Regeneration of Cytisus scoparius L. (Link) and Salix atrocinerea Brot. Communities and the Germinative Behaviour of These Species
Cruz et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 124

Fire Suppression Resource Scarcity: Current Metrics and Future Performance Indicators
Belval, Stonesifer, Calkin in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 217

Growth-Ring Analysis of Diploknema butyracea Is a Potential Tool for Revealing Indigenous Land Use History in the Lower Himalayan Foothills of Nepal
Chowdhury et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 242

Intra-Annual Variation in Soil C, N and Nutrients Pools after Prescribed Fire in a Mississippi Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) Plantation
Butnor et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 181

Physiological Mechanisms of Foliage Recovery after Spring or Fall Crown Scorch in Young Longleaf Pine (Pinus palustris Mill.)
Sayer et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 208

Weather, Risk, and Resource Orders on Large Wildland Fires in the Western US
Bayham et al. in: Forests (2020), 11:2, Article 169

FRONTIERS IN FORESTS AND GLOBAL CHANGE

Assessing Boreal Peat Fire Severity and Vulnerability of Peatlands to Early Season Wildland Fire
Bourgeau-Chavez et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 20

Climate Change May Increase the Drought Stress of Mesophytic Trees Downslope With Ongoing Forest Mesophication Under a History of Fire Suppression
Hwang et al. in: Frontiers in Forests and Global Change (2020), 3, Article 17

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

GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY

Altered ignition catchments threaten a hyperdiverse fire‐dependent ecosystem
Slingsby et al. in: Global Change Biology (2020), 26:2, pp 616-628

Extensive land cover change across Arctic–Boreal Northwestern North America from disturbance and climate forcing
Wang et al. in: Global Change Biology (2020), 26:2, pp 807-822

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WILDLAND FIRE

Current and future patterns of forest fire occurrence in China
Wu et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:2, pp 104-119

Ecosystem management applications of resource objective wildfires in forests of the Grand Canyon National Park, USA
Stoddard et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:2, pp 190-200

Likelihood and frequency of recurrent fire ignitions in highly urbanised Mediterranean landscapes
Elia et al. in: International Journal of Wildland Fire (2020), 29:2, pp 120-131

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