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Study link: doi.org/10.1655/HERPMONOGRAPHS-D-23-00001.1This investigation, conducted in the Pineywoods ecoregion of Texas, suggests that "anthropogenic activities in disturbance-mediated ecosystems might affect certain ecological processes that, in turn, can affect the stability and resilience of those ecosystems." The study "investigated the effects of frequency of forest management on the trophic structure and resource use of snake communities in two pine forests under high and low frequencies of management (i.e., shorter fire return intervals and thinning versus longer fire return intervals and limited thinning)."#firescience #fireecology #prescribedfire #RxFire ... See MoreSee Less
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