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- Heil, Laura J., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Forest ecology and management 2018 v.424 pp. 267-275
- bees; biodiversity conservation; community structure; dead wood; economic valuation; flowers; forest management; forests; growing season; land management; landscapes; pollinators; salvage logging; species diversity; wildfires; Gallatin National Forest; Montana
- ... Understanding the implications of shifts in disturbance regimes for plants and pollinators is essential for successful land management. Wildfires are essential natural disturbances that are important drivers of forest biodiversity, and there is often pressure to respond to wildfire with management like post-wildfire logging (i.e., removal of dead trees for economic value immediately following wild ...