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William L. Baker: Fire ecology in Rocky Mountain landscapes [book review]Author(s): Daniel Yaussy
Source: Landscape Ecology. 25(7): 1145-1146.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionEvery so often, we need something to make us question our beliefs and views of the natural order of things, to open our minds to different versions of reality so that we become better informed and open to new avenues of thought. The author comes across as slightly antagonistic in his attempt to set the record straight concerning fires in the Rocky Mountains.
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CitationYaussy, Daniel. 2010. William L Baker: Fire ecology in Rocky Mountain landscapes [book review]. Landscape Ecology. 25(7): 1145-1146.
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