Direct and indirect effects of fire on microbial communities in a pyrodiverse dry-sclerophyll forest

Elle Bowd
Fire is one of the predominant drivers of the structural and functional dynamics of forest ecosystems. In recent years, novel fire regimes have posed a major challenge to the management of pyrodiverse forests. While previous research efforts have focused on quantifying the impacts of fire on above-ground forest biodiversity, how microbial communities respond to fire is less understood, despite their functional significance. Here, we describe the effects of time since fire, fire frequency and their...
1 citation reported since publication in 2021.
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