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A basic approach to fire injury of tree stemsAuthor(s): R. E. Martin
Source: In: Proceedings of the second annual tall timbers fire ecology conference. March 14-15, 1963: Tallahassee, Florida. p.151-162.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionFire has come to be widely used as a tool in wildland management, particularly in the South. Its usefulness in fire hazard reduction, removal of undesirable trees, and changing of cover types has been demonstrated. We are continually trying to improve fire use, however, by learning more of the specific effects of fire on different species of plants.
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CitationMartin, R. E. 1963. A basic approach to fire injury of tree stems. In: Proceedings of the second annual tall timbers fire ecology conference. March 14-15, 1963: Tallahassee, Florida. p.151-162.
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