remote-sensing-resistance

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  1. Chhaya M. Werner
  2. Stephen E. Fick

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Description: How does heterogeneity of vegetation structure affect the resistance of forests to wildfire disturbance?

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Abstract: The long-term persistence of forest ecosystems hinges on their resilience to ongoing disturbance. Quantification of resilience in these valuable ecosystems remains difficult due to their vast extent and the longevity of forest species. Resilience to wildfire may arise from feedback between fire behavior and vegetation structure, which dictates fuel loading and continuity. Regular fire ge...

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  • Wildfire severity, vegetation characteristics, and regional climate for fires covering more than 4 hectares burning in yellow pine/mixed-conifer forests of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA from 1984 to 2018

    Koontz, Fick, Werner & 2 more
    Remotely-measured wildfire severity, vegetation characteristics, and regional climate conditions of 1090 wildfires that burned in yellow pine/mixed-co...

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  • Mirror of GitHub repository "remote-sensing-resistance"

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    The linked GitHub repository for the data, analysis code, and manuscript drafts for Koontz et al. (2019): "Local variability of vegetation structure i...

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  • Presentations about "remote sensing resistance"

    Slides and presenter notes from contributed talks given about this work.

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    Koontz, North, Werner & 2 more
    Supplemental methods, figures, and tables

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