What happens to fuels and fire potentials after drought-induced forest die-off?
Ruthrof, K., Fontaine, J., Matusick, G., Breshears, D., Law, D., Powell, S. and Hardy, G. (2016) What happens to fuels and fire potentials after drought-induced forest die-off? 2016 Research Findings: Bulletin 5.07 Ecology, People & Environment .
Forest die-offs associated with drought and heat have recently occurred across the globe, raising concern that changes in fuels and microclimate accompanying die-off could affect subsequent fire behaviour. Despite widespread concern, little empirical data exist.
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