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Examines the behavior and control of forest fires and the uses of fire in managing wild lands.
by Arthur Allen Brown. Release Date:April 1973. Publisher:McGraw-Hill Companies, The. Length:544 Pages. Select Format: Hardcover. 08 lbs. Related Subjects. Agriculture Conservation Education & Reference Forests & Forestry Natural Resources Nature Nature & Ecology Science & Math Science & Math Technology Textbooks.
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Forest fire: control and. use. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill. The use of fire in forest management will probably continue to increase in the future. A series multivariate. As the use of fire increases, risks and tradeoffs will have to be made. These risks and tradeoffs are discussed in detail. and univariate analyses were used to determine which tree conditions differed significantly among the age-classes. Stepwise discriminant analysis was used to identify variables with significant discriminatory power.
Forest fire history in the Central Yukon. Forest Fire: Control and Use McGraw-Hill New YorkChap. Forest Ecology and Management, Vol. 4, Issue. The boreal forest in North America owes much of its floristic and faunistic diversity to periodic fires ignited by lightning and by man since he appeared on the scene. Fire is shown to exert a significant effect on vegetational composition, on soil chemical properties and thermal regime, and on animal populations through the particular mosaic of habitats created.