In this episode of Fire University, Marcus chats with Dr. Katie Greenberg, research ecologist of upland hardwood ecology and management for the USDA Forest Service. Join as they discuss findings from long-term research treatments studying the effects of fire intensity on disturbance-dependent species. From open savannahs to upland oaks, you’ll learn the history of fire on the North American landscape as well as tips for improving your current land management practices.

Katie H. Greenberg |

Paper: Greenberg et al 2021. Introduction to Fire Ecology Across USA Forested Ecosystems: Past, Present, and Future. In Fire Ecology and Management: Past, Present, and Future of US Forested Ecosystems (pp. 1-30). Springer, Cham.

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Media Record Details

Apr 12, 2022
Katie Greenberg

Cataloging Information

Fire Ecology

NRFSN number: 24551
Record updated: January 13, 2023