A High Severity Fire in a Southern California Forest does not Adversely Affect Carnivore Species. Research Brief

This ambitious four-year study assessed fire effects on the diversity of ten carnivore species and frequency of the three most common carnivore species after a 5670- ha fire in 2007.

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Borchert, M.I. 2012. Mammalian carnivore use of a high-severity burn in conifer forests in the San Bernardino mountains of Southern California, USA. Italian Journal of Mammalogy (Hystrix) 23: 50-56.