Data from: Corralling a black swan: natural range of variation in a forest landscape driven by rare, extreme events

Daniel C. Donato, Joshua S. Halofsky & Matthew J. Reilly
The natural range of variation (NRV) is an important reference for ecosystem management, but has been scarcely quantified for forest landscapes driven by infrequent, severe disturbances. Extreme events such as large, stand-replacing wildfires at multi-century intervals are typical for these regimes; however, data on their characteristics are inherently scarce, and, for land management, these events are commonly considered too large and unpredictable to integrate into planning efforts (the proverbial ‘Black Swan’). Here, we estimate the...
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