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2018 Prescribed fire use survey report

Coalition of Prescribed Fire Councils

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A common species at the edge of its range: Conservation of Bear Oak (Quercus ilicifolia) and its low elevation rocky summit community in North Carolina (USA)

Barden, 2000 (a)

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A meta-analysis of the fire-oak hypothesis: Does prescribed burning promote oak reproduction in eastern North America?

Brose et al., 2013

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After the Fire: Potential Impacts of Fire Exclusion Policies on Historical Cherokee Culture in the Southern Appalachian Mountains, USA

Colenbaugh et al., 2023

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Alteration to woodland structure through midstory mastication increased fuel loading and cover of understory species in two upland hardwood stands

Black et al., 2019

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Alterations to the fuel bed after single and repeated prescribed fires in an Appalachian hardwood forest

Arthur et al., 2017

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Asian needle ant (Brachyponera chinensis) and woodland ant responses to repeated applications of fuel reduction methods

Campbell et al., 2019

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

Smith & Hagan, 2020

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

Bat activity in relation to fire and fire surrogate treatments in southern pine stands

Loeb & Waldrop, 2008

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

Bat response to prescribed fire and overstory thinning in hardwood forest on the Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee

Cox et al., 2016

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Belowground mechanisms for oak regeneration: Interactions among fire, soil microbes, and plant community alter oak seedling growth

Beals et al., 2022

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Bird response to fire severity and repeated burning in upland hardwood forest

Greenberg et al., 2013

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

Greenberg et al., 2023

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

Greenberg et al., 2023

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