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Rocky Mountain Research Station Home > Science Program Areas > Air, Water and Aquatics > Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems > Syntheses and Topics > Terrestrial Vegetation and Fire Regimes

 

Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems Syntheses and Topic:

 

Terrestrial Vegetation and Fire Regimes


This section is intended to showcase the state of the science with respect to the relationship between terrestrial vegetation, fire behavior, and fire regimes.  Topics to be covered in this section include climate change and regional fire regimes; climate, weather, and eco-hydrology as local controls on forest vegetation; fuels, and wildfire; alternatives for fire and fuels management; using remotely sensed data to assess post-fire ecological effects; and predicting fire behavior and active fire characteristics.

Section Lead: Penny Morgan, pmorgan [at] uidaho.edu, 208.885.7507

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