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Fig. 3 | Fire Ecology

Fig. 3

From: Large-scale wildfire reduces population growth in a peripheral population of sage-grouse

Fig. 3

Distribution of relative change in population growth rate (\( \hat{\uplambda} \)) of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) leks in Lassen County, California, and Washoe County, Nevada, USA, from before the Rush Fire (2007 to 2008 : 2011 to 2012) to after the Rush Fire (2012 to 2013 : 2017 to 2018). Relative change below 1 (black vertical line) indicates a decrease of \( \hat{\uplambda} \) for leks in impact areas (burned) relative to control (unburned) areas after the Rush Fire, whereas relative change above 1 indicates an increase of \( \hat{\uplambda} \) for leks in impact areas relative to control area. The percentage of the posterior distribution falling below 1 is indicated by yellow shading in the legend, while the percentage occurring above 1 is indicated by green shading

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