By: LF Debano, PF Ffolliott and DG Neary
333 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
In four parts. Part One presents an overview of the fundamentals of fire: fuels, dynamics and severity. The second part of the book deals in detail with soils as a biogeochemical system. The penultimate section details fires and other ecological resources: hydrological systems, the effects on vegetation of various types, air and smoke and cultural considerations such as archaeological artifacts and landscape appreciation. The final part of the book deals with practical management issues including economic considerations and the benefits of fire.
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