Data from: Prioritizing land management efforts at a landscape scale: a case study using prescribed fire in Wisconsin

Tracy L. Hmielowski, Sarah K. Carter, Hannah Spaul, David P. Helmers, Volker C. Radeloff, Paul H. Zedler & David Helmers
One challenge in the effort to conserve biodiversity is identifying where to prioritize resources for active land management. Cost-benefit analyses have been used successfully as a conservation tool to identify sites that provide the greatest conservation benefit per unit cost. Our goal was to apply cost-benefit analysis to the question of how to prioritize land management efforts, in our case the application of prescribed fire to natural landscapes in Wisconsin, USA. We quantified and mapped...
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