High-severity fires create lasting effects on landscape vegetation mosaics. Recent increases in fire activity and severity highlight the need to understand the long-term effects of high-severity fire, including interactions with subsequent fires. This webinar presents results from a study that investigated the influence of fire frequency (once, twice, and thrice burned from 1910-2017) on forest fuel, structure, and regeneration in areas that initially burned at high severity in the Selway Bitterroot Wilderness (SBW) in 1910 and 1934.

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Mar 2, 2022
Melissa Jaffe, Sean A. Parks, Andrew J. Larson
Topic(s):
Fire Regime