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Fire and Fire Surrogate Studies

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

Greenberg et al., 2013

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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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Effects of fuel reduction treatments on avian nest density in the upper piedmont of South Carolina

Kilpatrick et al., 2010

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Effects of fuel reduction treatments on the incidence of two root pathogens of forest trees

Zwart et al., 2004

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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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Seasonal avifauna responses to fuel reduction treatments in the upper piedmont of South Carolina: Results from Phase 1 of the National Fire and Fire Surrogate Study

Zebehazy et al., 2004

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Short-term effects of fire and other fuel reduction treatments on breeding birds in a southern Appalachian upland hardwood forest

Greenberg et al., 2007

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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

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Cover of General Technical Report, "Proceedings of the 12th Biennial Souther Silvicultural Research Conference". Green background with white font.

The Effects of Prescribed Burning and Thinning as Fuel Reduction Treatments on Herpetofauna in the Upper Piedmont of South Carolina

Kilpatrick et al., 2004

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The effects of repeated prescribed fire and thinning on bees, wasps, and other flower visitors in the understory and midstory of a temperate forest in North Carolina

Campbell et al., 2018

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