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  1. Content type: Original research

    In June 2017, wildfires burned 15 000 ha around the town of Knysna in the Western Cape, destroying > 800 buildings, > 5000 ha of forest plantations, and claiming the lives of seven people. We examined the fact...

    Authors: Tineke Kraaij, Johan A. Baard, Jacob Arndt, Lufuno Vhengani and Brian W. van Wilgen

    Citation: Fire Ecology 2018 14:4

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    Longleaf pine (Pinus palustris Mill.) seedlings have a morphological “grass stage” that is considered to be an adaptation to frequent surface fire regimes. However, fire can kill longleaf pine seedlings and thus ...

    Authors: Benjamin O. Knapp, Lauren S. Pile, Joan L. Walker and G. Geoff Wang

    Citation: Fire Ecology 2018 14:2

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  3. Content type: Original research

    Fire is important for the maintenance of African savanna ecosystems, particularly humid savanna. Despite the importance of fire behavior to our understanding of fire’s ecological effects, few studies have docu...

    Authors: Aya Brigitte N’Dri, Tionhonkélé Drissa Soro, Jacques Gignoux, Kanvaly Dosso, Mouhamadou Koné, Julien Kouadio N’Dri, N’golo Abdoulaye Koné and Sébastien Barot

    Citation: Fire Ecology 2018 14:5

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  4. Content type: Original research

    Given regional increases in fire activity in western North American forests, understanding how fire influences the extent and effects of subsequent fires is particularly relevant. Remotely sensed estimates of ...

    Authors: Brandon M. Collins, Jamie M. Lydersen, Richard G. Everett and Scott L. Stephens

    Citation: Fire Ecology 2018 14:3

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