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Table 2 Differences in the mean availability of HSF (high-suitability habitat on bighorn sheep winter-spring ranges resulting from fire) in the absence of any management strategy compared with availability of HSF following two differing strategies of small prescribed burns in the San Gabriel Mountains, Los Angeles and San Bernardino counties, California, USA.

From: Simulated Effects of Two Fire Regimes on Bighorn Sheep: The San Gabriel Mountains, California, USA

Scenario Total area burned by wildfire (ha) Total area burned by prescription (ha) Mean HSF (ha) CV
No management 3945 0 1986 53.3
Strategy 1 3945 744 2514 47.1
Strategy 2 3945 744 2686 39.6