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Fig. 3 | Fire Ecology

Fig. 3

From: The distribution of woody species in relation to climate and fire in Yosemite National Park, California, USA

Fig. 3

Pinus lambertiana presence and absence in Yosemite National Park, California, USA (1991 to 2017), in relation to annual evapotranspiration (AET) and climatic water deficit (Deficit). The plots where Pinus lambertiana was present are shown as filled circles: the 75 unburned plots in blue and the 54 burned plots in colors according to their dNBR values. The thresholds for dNBR are: unchanged = 0 to 45, low = 46 to313, moderate = 314 to 599, and high = 600+. Plots where Pinus lambertiana was absent are shown as gray dots. The mean for the Pinus lambertiana plots that did not burn is shown in the blue triangle and the burned plots in the triangle colored with the mean dNBR level

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