Duff distribution influences fire severity and post-fire vegetation recovery in sagebrush steppe

Open book with lines simulating text on left and right pages

View article.

In this study, field sampling and analysis were conducted across environmental gradients following the 2007 Tongue-Crutcher Wildfire in southwestern Idaho to determine the conditions most influential in post-fire vegetation recovery patterns. Duff depth and fire severity were determined to be the most influential factors affecting post-fire vegetation response.

Find a Resource

Can't find what you need?

Stay Connected