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Figure 3 | Fire Ecology

Figure 3

From: Carbon Emissions during Wildland Fire on a North American Temperate Peatland

Figure 3

Boxplots of field elevation change measures categorized by dNBR severity class, ownership, and hydrology. Box-and-whisker plots illustrate box with median and 20th and 80th percentiles, and the whiskers with 10th and 90th percentiles. Outliers are plotted separately (□). US Fish and Wildlife Service and North Carolina State Parks constitute public ownership. Managed hydrology is characterized by a regular and extensive system of maintained ditches and gated culvert water control structures. Natural hydrology is characterized by unmanaged surface hydrology, absence of ditches, and water control structures. a US Fish and Wildlife Service and North Carolina State Parks constitute public ownership. b Managed hydrology is characterized by a regular and extensive system of maintained ditches and gated culvert water control structures. c Natural hydrology is characterized by unmanaged surface hydrology, absence of ditches, and water control structures.

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