Strategically placed landscape area fuel treatments (SPLATs) in the Sierra Nevada were put to the test in this study when the American Fire burned through previously treated areas. Both fire effects and initial post-fire conifer regeneration were investigated.
The objective of this research synthesis was to examine the differences in community level exposures to smoke from both wildfire and prescribed fire.
This paper builds our understand of how the spatial distribution of different ignition sources have varied over time and space.
National guidance is provided for new and updated invasive plant management plans that meet federal standards