Broad-Scale Environmental Conditions Responsible for Post-Fire Vegetation Dynamics

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Casady, Grant M.; Marsh, Stuart E.;

Ecosystem response to disturbance is influenced by environmental conditions at a number of scales. Changes in climate have altered fire regimes across the western United States, and have also likely altered spatio-temporal patterns of post-fire vegetation regeneration. ... View more
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