Burning in the shadows of the nation's largest metroplexes: challenges and management recommendations

Burning in the shadows of the nation's largest metroplexes: challenges and management recommendations

By Glen Gillman, Texas Wildlife and Parks Department

From the Fire Ecology and Management of Texas Oak Woodlands symposium at the 66th annual meeting of the Society for Range Management, February 4, 2013 in Oklahoma City, OK

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Using fire to manage endangered species habitat in Texas: the US Fish and Wildlife Service example

Using fire to manage endangered species habitat in Texas: the US Fish and Wildlife Service example

By Wade Harrell, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service

From the Fire Ecology and Management of Texas Oak Woodlands symposium at the 66th annual meeting of the Society for Range Management, February 4, 2013 in Oklahoma City, OK

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Fire effects and restoration challenges within a central Texas pine-oak forest following an intense summer wildfire

Fire effects and restoration challenges within a central Texas pine-oak forest following an intense summer wildfire

By Greg Creacy, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

From the Fire Ecology and Management of Texas Oak Woodlands symposium at the 66th annual meeting of the Society for Range Management, February 4, 2013 in Oklahoma City, OK

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Is fire enough? The joint effects of fire and deer herbivory on hardwood regeneration and species composition

Is fire enough? The joint effects of fire and deer herbivory on hardwood regeneration and species composition

By Christina Andruk, University of Texas

From the Fire Ecology and Management of Texas Oak Woodlands symposium at the 66th annual meeting of the Society for Range Management, February 4, 2013 in Oklahoma City, OK

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Snakes on Fire: The Effect of Prescribed Fire on the Habitat Use, Energetics, and Survival of the Black Racer

Snakes on Fire: The Effect of Prescribed Fire on the Habitat Use, Energetics, and Survival of the Black Racer

By Christopher Howey, Ohio Center for Ecology and Evolution Studies

From The Effects of Wildland Fire and Fire Management on Amphibians and Reptiles symposium at The Wildlife Society's 20th Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI on October 7, 2013

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How prescribed forest fires are necessary for preserving stable metapopulations of the eastern collared lizard

How prescribed forest fires are necessary for preserving stable metapopulations of the eastern collared lizard

By Jennifer Neuwald, Colorado State University

From The Effects of Wildland Fire and Fire Management on Amphibians and Reptiles symposium at The Wildlife Society's 20th Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI on October 7, 2013

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Reducing the Impacts of Prescribed Fire on the Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina)

Reducing the Impacts of Prescribed Fire on the Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene carolina)

By Bruce Kingsbury, Indiana - Purdue University Fort Wayne

From The Effects of Wildland Fire and Fire Management on Amphibians and Reptiles symposium at The Wildlife Society's 20th Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI on October 7, 2013

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Living on the Edge: Challenges and Considerations for Managing Gopher Tortoise Habitats with Fire

Living on the Edge: Challenges and Considerations for Managing Gopher Tortoise Habitats with Fire

By Betsie B. Rothermel, Archbold Biological Station

From The Effects of Wildland Fire and Fire Management on Amphibians and Reptiles symposium at The Wildlife Society's 20th Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI on October 7, 2013

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Herpetofaunal Response to Prescribed Burning in Southern Appalachian Upland Hardwood Forest

Herpetofaunal Response to Prescribed Burning in Southern Appalachian Upland Hardwood Forest

By Christopher Moorman for Cathryn Greenberg, USFS Southern Research Station

From The Effects of Wildland Fire and Fire Management on Amphibians and Reptiles symposium at The Wildlife Society's 20th Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, WI on October 7, 2013

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