Fire and Archaeology

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Person: Van Pelt, Swetnam
Year: 1990
Type: Document

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Person: Biswell
Year: 1989
Type: Document

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Person: Bonnicksen
Year: 1988
Type: Document

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Person: Nicholas, Patterson, Sassaman
Year: 1988
Type: Document

Numerous studies, historical accounts and archaeological evidence suggest that the historical density and abundance of black oak (Quercus kelloggii Newb.) in mixed conifer forests was much greater than today. Reasons for the decline of this species are...

Person: Pillsbury, Plumb, Kauffman, Martin
Year: 1987
Type: Document

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Person: Roberts
Year: 1985
Type: Document

The meaning of 'natural' as a guideline for managing public forests is questioned. Evidence of a rapidly shifting flora over eastern North America in recent geologic time is presented along with historical evidence of the open character of...

Person: Buckner
Year: 1983
Type: Document

From the Conclusions ... 'Prior to becoming a national park, Shenandoah had gone through periods of indiscriminate logging, hunting, livestock grazing, and burning. Then the area entered the National Park System and shifted abruptly to a regime of...

Person: Wilhelm
Year: 1973
Type: Document

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Person: Rostlund
Year: 1960
Type: Document