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Image from scientific publication, three photos of frogs with description below.

Potential Positive Effects of Fire on Juvenile Amphibians in a Southern USA Pine Forest

Brown et al., 2011

Image showing the first page of this article including title, abstract, and part of the introduction.

Fifty-five years of change in a northwest Georgia old-growth forest

Butler et al., 2018

Effect of soil water-repellent layer depth on post-wildfire hydrological processes

Chen et al., 2019

Cover of the conference proceedings featuring title, photo of a controlled burn around a single pine tree, and USDA Forest Service Technical Report information.

Proceedings of the 4th Fire in Eastern Oak Forests Conference

Dey et al., 2011

Changes in Avian Diversity Post-Wildfire in a Southeastern Deciduous Forest: Flipper Bend Woods, Signal Mountain,Tennessee

Feely et al., 2023

First page of publication includes title, abstract, and part of the introduction.

Short-term response of reptiles and amphibians to prescribed fire and mechanical fuel reduction in a southern Appalachian upland hardwood forest

Greenberg & Waldrop, 2008

Breeding bird abundance and species diversity greatest in high-severity wildfire patches in central hardwood forests

Greenberg et al., 2023

Fire in the southern Appalachians: Understanding impacts, interventions, and future fire events

James et al., 2020

Drivers and ecological impacts of a wildfire outbreak in the southern Appalachian Mountains after decades of fire exclusion

Reilly et al., 2022

Delayed fire mortality has long‐term ecological effects across the Southern Appalachian landscape

Robbins et al., 2022

Assessing the relationship between litter & duff consumption and post-fire soil temperature regimes

Smith & Hagan, 2020

two figures showing the change in fires per decade over time for 13 sties across central Pennsylvania between 1620 and 2016. Both show an increase until about 1800 when Euro-American settlement increased and fires began to decrease.

Wave of fire: An anthropogenic signal in historical fire regimes across central Pennsylvania, USA

Stambaugh et al., 2018

Duff burning from wildfires in a moist region: different impacts on PM 2.5 and ozone

Zhang et al., 2022

The contribution of duff consumption to fire emissions and air pollution of the Rough Ridge Fire

Zhao et al., 2019

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