Historical fire regimes: spatial patterns and controls: Research Brief

This  paper  offers  a  reconstruction  of  historic fire   regimes  and  forest  age  structures in  a  mixed-­‐ conifer  forest  in  the  Klamath  Mountains  of   northern  California,  demonstrating  the  historic   importance  of  temporal  and  spatial  controls  on   fire  in  the  area,  and  providing  critical context for   current  restoration  and  management  activities.
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Taylor, A.H. & C.N.  Skinner. 2003. Spatial patterns and controls on historical fire regimes and forest structure in the Klamath Mountains. Ecological Applications, 13(3): 704-719.