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The National Fire and Fire Surrogate Study An interdisciplinary comparison of methods to reduce fuels and fire risk



The National Fire and Fire Surrogate Study An interdisciplinary comparison of methods to reduce fuels and fire risk



Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting Abstracts 88: 347




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