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Table 1 Characteristics of study sites across the south-central US prairie–forest transition zone. Tree species: PO = post oak, SO = Shumard oak (Quercus shumardii Buckley), BO = blackjack oak, BH = black hickory, SP = shortleaf pine (Pinus echinata Mill.). WMA = Wildlife Management Area, NWR = National Wildlife Refuge

From: Multi-scale synthesis of historical fire regimes along the south-central US prairie–forest border

Site nameSite codeLatitudeLongitudeSamples (n)Tree speciesArea (km2)Elevation (m)
Bastrop State ParkaBST30.11017 N97.28690 W50PO1145
Cache CreekbCCH34.75096 N98.68206 W43PO1425
Deep ForkcDPF35.53833 N95.92761W48PO1240
French LakebWCH34.75096 N98.68206 W54PO1500
Hagerman NWRcHAG33.75546 N96.78152 W51PO1205
Hollis CanyonbHOL34.75096 N98.68206 W46PO1535
KeystonedKEY36.18111 N96.22975 W51PO, SO, BO, BH0.4270
Tully HolloweTLY36.03435 N94.80823 W34SP1.2330
Okmulgee WMAfOKM35.64454 N96.04499 W69PO1270
Purtis Creek State ParkgPRT32.35367 N95.99358 W49PO0.5140
Rain Gauge FlatbRGF34.75096 N98.68206 W46PO1535
Tallgrass Prairie PreservehTPP36.84614 N96.42290 W54PO1.6325
Tishomingo NWRcTSH34.18097 N96.66113 W49PO1215
All sitesALL  644   
  1. a Data from Stambaugh et al. 2017b. b Data from Stambaugh et al. 2014. c Data from this study. d Data from Clark et al. 2007. e Data from Stambaugh et al. 2013. f Data from DeSantis et al. 2010b. g Data from Stambaugh et al. 2011. h Data from Allen and Palmer 2011