Fire and Archaeology

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Knowledge of past fire regimes is crucial for understanding the changes in fire frequency that are likely to occur during the coming decades as a result of global warming and land-use change. This is a key issue for the sustainable management of forest...

Person: Carcaillet, Bergman, Delorme, Hornberg, Zackrisson
Year: 2007
Type: Document

The objective of the proposed project is to develop a methodology for reconstructing the long-term history of fire frequency and effects on the sage-grass landscapes in the Great Basin, a landscape type for which few studies are available but which...

Person: Barker, Biondi, Gregory, Livingston, Mensing
Year: 2007
Type: Project