Data from: Characterizing combined fire and insect outbreak disturbance regimes in British Columbia, Canada

Yan Boulanger & Philip J. Burton
Context: Fires and insect outbreaks are important agents of forest landscape change, but the classification and distribution of these combined processes remain unstudied aspects of forest disturbance regimes. Objectives: We sought to map areas of land characterized by homogenous fire regime (HFR) attributes and by distinctive combinations of fire, bark beetles and defoliating insect outbreaks, and how their distribution might change should current climatic trends continue. Methods: We used a 41-year history of mapped fires...
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