RMRS Air, Water, & Aquatic Environments Science Program Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems

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Fire & Aquatic Ecosystems
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Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems Syntheses and Topic:

 

Fishes and Amphibians


This section will provide an overview of the current knowledge regarding response of fish and amphibian populations to wildfire and subsequent hydrologic disturbance and habitat changes.  We will focus on biological adaptations and the ecological and watershed characteristics that contribute to the resilience and vulnerability of distinct populations.  A synthesis will consider both the conflict and opportunities for more integrated solutions in terrestrial and aquatic management.

Section Lead: Bruce Rieman, brieman [at] fs.fed.us

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Fish and Amphibians Synthesis temporary text

Fish and Amphibians Presentation

 

fish & amphibians Articles


 

Influences of fragmentation on inland salmonids in fire- and disturbance-prone landscapes    recent empirical examples and management implications. Helen M. Neville, R.E. Gresswell, and D.P. Peterson

 

Fire and Fish: A Synthesis of Observation and Experience. (draft) Bruce Rieman, Robert Gresswell, and John Rinne

 

Wildfire and : evolution in theory and practice. Jason Dunham, Amanda Rosenberger, Helen Neville

 

Aquatic species invasions in the context of fire and climate change - Michael Young

 

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Rocky Mountain Research Station - Air, Water and Aquatic Environments Sciences Program
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