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Fig. 1 | Fire Ecology

Fig. 1

From: Revitalized Karuk and Yurok cultural burning to enhance California hazelnut for basketweaving in northwestern California, USA

Fig. 1

(A) Study region with federal jurisdictional boundaries and Karuk and Yurok ancestral territories, northwestern California, USA. Ancestral territory boundaries, provided by the Karuk and Yurok Tribes, represent reconstructions, but currently are not fixed or rigid boundaries. Ancestral lands of other northwestern California Tribes (e.g., Tolowa, Wiyot, Hupa, Shasta) are not included here, but their ancestral lands may partially overlap with the boundaries rendered here (Baumhoff, 1963). (B) Hazelnut monitoring plot locations. Forty-eight plots (each 400 m2) were established and monitored at two prescribed burn sites and 19 cultural burn sites in Karuk and Yurok territory (2015 to 2019)

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