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A soil heating index for interpreting ecological impacts of jarrah forest fires



A soil heating index for interpreting ecological impacts of jarrah forest fires



Australian Forestry 62(4): 320-329



Soil heating during forest fires gives rise to numerous ecological responses, many of which are poorly understood. In order to interpret, predict and manage these responses (such as fire-induced legume regeneration), it is necessary to identify the key fire, fuel and soil factors that affect heat transfer to the soil, and to determine functional relationships incorporating these factors.

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DOI: 10.1080/00049158.1999.10674799



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