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- Tarbill, G.L., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Forest ecology and management 2016 v.373 pp. 100-107
- squirrels; trapping; trees; flight; coniferous forests; fire suppression; prescribed burning; dry forests; fuels (fire ecology); models; wildfires; Glaucomys sabrinus; spatial data; traps; adverse effects; homogenization; canopy; landscapes; forest management; habitats; California
- ... In the dry forests of the western United States frequent fires historically maintained a diversity of habitats in multiple seral stages. Over the past century, fire suppression and preferential harvest of large trees has led to a densification and homogenization of forests, making them more prone to larger and more severe wildfires. In response, fuel reduction treatments have become common practic ...
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