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- Grayson, Lindsay M.; Progar, Robert A.; Hood, Sharon M.
- Forest ecology and management 2017 v.399 pp. 213-226
- land management, etc ; Abies amabilis; Calocedrus decurrens; Chamaecyparis lawsoniana; Larix occidentalis; Picea engelmannii; Pinus contorta; Pinus ponderosa; Pseudotsuga menziesii; Thuja plicata; Tsuga heterophylla; beetle infestations; cambium; conifers; fires; forest management; guidelines; landscapes; logit analysis; managers; models; mortality; prediction; scorch; social impact; tree mortality; trees; Western United States; Show all 28 Subjects
- ... Fire is a driving force in the North American landscape and predicting post-fire tree mortality is vital to land management. Post-fire tree mortality can have substantial economic and social impacts, and natural resource managers need reliable predictive methods to anticipate potential mortality following fire events. Current fire mortality models are limited to a few species and regions, notably ...