Fire and Cultural Resources

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Indigenous land stewardship and mixed-severity fire regimes both promote landscape heterogeneity, and the relationship between them is an emerging area of research. In our study, we reconstructed the historical fire regime of Ne Sextsine, a 5900-ha dry...

Person: Copes-Gerbitz, Daniels, Hagerman
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document

Indigenous Australians used fire in spinifex deserts for millennia. These practices mostly ceased following European colonisation, but many contemporary Indigenous groups seek to restore ‘right-way fire’ practices, to meet inter-related social,...

Person: Ruscalleda-Alvarez, Cliff, Catt, Holmes, Burrows, Paltridge, Russell-Smith, Schubert, See, Legge
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document

Organization of successful wildfire prevention and suppression require detailed information on ignition causes, size distributions and relations to weather. From a large and highly detailed dataset of Swedish wildfire incidents (n = 124 000) we assess...

Person: Sjöström, Granström
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document

As a result of climate change and past management practices, wildfires are becoming larger and occurring more frequently than ever before in the Western U.S. In order to mitigate the effects of this growing threat, fire management agencies such as the...

Person: Wolters
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document

Prescribed burning is important for the ecological health of fire-dependent forests, however, there is little economic research examining landowner preferences for living with fire in the age of the Anthropocene. To understand the value of...

Person: Regmi, Kreye, Kreye
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document

Native American and Alaska Native tribes manage millions of acres of land and are leaders in forestry and fire management practices despite inadequate and inequitable funding. Native American tribes are rarely considered as research partners due to...

Person: Dockry, Hoagland, Leighton, Durglo, Pradhananga
Created Year: 2023
Type: Document

Wildfire seasons in Canada are changing. Recent uncharacteristically large and intense wildfires have exceeded abilities for fire suppression, highlighting the urgent need for improved methods and resource capacities to mitigate wildfire risk (Coogan...

Person: Hoffman, Christianson, Gray, Daniels
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document

Worldwide, Indigenous peoples are leading the revitalization of their/our cultures through the restoration of ecosystems in which they are embedded, including in response to increasing “megafires.” Yet, despite growing recognition that just and...

Person: Ignace, Dickson-Hoyle
Created Year: 2022
Type: Media

Worldwide, Indigenous peoples are leading the revitalization of their/our cultures through the restoration of ecosystems in which they are embedded, including in response to increasing “megafires.” Concurrently, growing Indigenous-led movements are...

Person: Dickson-Hoyle, Ignace, Ignace, Hagerman, Daniels
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document

Over the last century, the United States Forest Service (USFS) has reversed its stance on the ecological role of fire – from a militant enforcer of forest fire suppression to supporting prescribed fire as a management tool. Meanwhile, the Karuk Tribe...

Person: Vinyeta
Created Year: 2022
Type: Document

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