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Category: Theses and Dissertations

Title: Long-term effects of stand-replacing wildfires on nutrient cycling and decomposition in southwestern ponderosa pine forests

Author: * Kurth, V.J.

Subject: Wildfire, Nutrient cycling

Abstract: The frequency and size of stand-replacing wildfires in the western U.S. has increased in recent years as a result of complex interacting factors, including increased temperatures, drought frequency, and the build-up of forest fuels as a results of a century of fire suppression.

Date: 2011

Type: Dissertation

Source: Dissertation

Identifier: 166p.

Publisher: Northern Arizona University

Format: PDF

Language: English