2 edition of Effects of fire on a dwarf shrub-sedge tussock community in interior Alaska found in the catalog.
|Statement||by K. Van Waggoner, Marianne See|
|Series||BLM-Alaska open file report -- 10, Open file report (United States. Bureau of Land Management. Alaska State Office) -- 10.|
|Contributions||See, Marianne, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Alaska State Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
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Dwarf shrub tundra and graminoid/tussock tundra are also important (another 25% of the total in this study), but for different reasons: Dwarf shrub tundra has a low soil-carbon density, but covers a large geographic area, whereas graminoid/tussock tundra has a high soil-car- bon density, but covers a relatively small area.
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PubMed Central. Bret-Harte, M Syndonia; Mack, Michelle C; Goldsmith. Fire frequency, area burned, and severity: A quantitative approach to defining a normal fire year. USGS Publications Warehouse. Lutz, J.A.; Key, C.H.; Kolden, C.A.
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Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. Potential shifts in dominant forest cover in interior Alaska driven by variations in fire severity %@ %M WOS %X Large fire years in which >1% of the landscape burns are becoming more frequent in the Alaskan (USA) interior, with four large fire years in the past 10 years, and 79 km 2 (17% of the region) burned since.
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