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New research paper on effects of prescribed fire and thinning on understory plants: https://bioone.org/journals/Natural-Areas-Journal/volume-40/issue-1/043.040.0104/Annual-Understory-Plant-Recovery-Dynamics-in-a-Temperate-Woodland-Mosaic/10.3375/043.040.0104.short

Webinar tomorrow! Climate, land use and Holocene fire history of the Ozarks tomorrow @1:00 CST: https://oakfirescience.com/events/webinar-climate-and-land-use-effects-on-holocene-era-vegetation-and-fire-history-of-the-ozarks/

ICYMI the recent webinar "Fire and Wildlife in the Southern Appalachians" is now available to watch online: https://oakfirescience.com/video/fire-and-wildlife-in-the-southern-appalachians/

Upcoming webinar! Please join us next Tue. Jan. 14th @ 1:00 CST to learn what pollen and charcoal records from the Ozarks reveal about past climate, fire, and human influences on Ozark forests: https://oakfirescience.com/events/webinar-climate-and-land-use-effects-on-holocene-era-vegetation-and-fire-history-of-the-ozarks/

Did you know that smoke from wildland fires can transport microbial forms? Fascinating research into this little-studied phenomenon that could have big implications: https://esajournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ecs2.2507

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