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Figure 1 | Fire Ecology

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From: Conflicting Perspectives on Spotted Owls, Wildfire, and Forest Restoration

Figure 1

Maps showing fire severity within two recent megafires in the Sierra Nevada, within the range of the California spotted owl. The King Fire (left) burned 40 106 ha in 2014, with 17 419 ha burned at high severity (43.4 %). The Rim Fire (right) burned 104 080 ha in 2013, with 20 698 ha burned at high severity (19.9 %). Fire severity data obtained from USGS MTBS Project (2016). Scale is equal for both maps. The box in the lower left corner indicates the location of the fire within California.

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