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Fire Techniques

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

Greenberg et al., 2013

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Breeding bird response to season of burn in an upland hardwood forest

Greenberg et al., 2019

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Development of prescribed fire as a silvicultural tool for the upland oak forests of the eastern United States

Brose, 2014

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Two tables showing tree species, % of roost trees, and number of roost trees. Top table shows info for red bats. Bottom table shows info for pipistrelles.

Eastern Red Bat (Lasiurus borealis) and Easter Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus subflavus) maternal roost selection: Implications for forest management

Leput, 2004

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

Effects of fire and its severity on occupancy of bats in mixed pine-oak forests

Burns et al., 2019

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Figure from publication of contrasting images of a forest with low flames from controlled burn and after the burn.

Fire effects on wildlife in the central hardwoods and Appalachian Regions, USA

Harper et al., 2016

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Litter to glitter: promoting herbaceous groundcover and diversity in mid-southern USA oak forests using canopy disturbance and fire

Vander Yacht et al., 2020

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Long-term avian response to fire severity, repeated burning, and mechanical fuel reduction in upland hardwood forest

Greenberg et al., 2018

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Short-term effects of fire on breeding birds in southern Appalachian upland forests

Klaus et al., 2010

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

Temperatures below leaf litter during winter prescribed burns: implications for litter-roosting bats

Perry & McDaniel, 2015

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The development of a southern Appalachian Mountain fuels photo series

Coates et al., 2020

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