Here’s a big Thank You to everyone who attended last week’s webinar “Once burned, twice shy”, presented on Feb. 23rd. For those who could not attend or who have been eagerly awaiting the follow up materials, please feel free to explore the videos, documents and links below. (For more information, see our previous post on this webinar.)
(Slides by Dr. Carissa Brown.)
- Once burned, twice shy: Repeat fires reduce seed availability and alter substrate constraints on Picea mariana regeneration (2012)
- How does increased fire frequency affect carbon loss from fire? A case study in the northern boreal forest (2011)
- Topographic influences on wildfire consumption of soil organic carbon in interior Alaska: Implications for black carbon accumulation (2007)
- Dr. Carissa Brown, University of Sherbrooke
- Dr. Jill Johnstone, University of Saskatchewan and University of Alaska
Thank you and stay tuned for more upcoming webinars!