Data from: Forest succession and climate variability interacted to control fire activity over the last four centuries in an Alaskan boreal landscape

Tyler J. Hoecker & Philip E. Higuera
Context: The boreal forest is globally important for its influence on Earth’s energy balance, and its sensitivity to climate change. Ecosystem functioning in boreal forests is shaped by fire activity, so anticipating the impacts of climate change requires understanding the precedence for, and consequences of, climatically induced changes in fire regimes. Long-term records of climate, fire, and vegetation are critical for gaining this understanding. Objectives: We investigated the relative importance of climate and landscape flammability...
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