Vegetation structure and fuel dynamics in fire-prone, Mediterranean-type Banksia woodlands

Ryan Tangney, R.G. Miller, J.B. Fontaine, W.P. Veber, K.X. Ruthrof & B.P. Miller
Increasing extreme wildfire occurrence globally is boosting demand to understand the fuel dynamics and fire risk of fire-prone areas. This is particularly pressing in fire-prone, Mediterranean climate-type vegetation, such as the Banksia woodlands surrounding metropolitan Perth, southwestern Australia. Despite an extensive wildland-urban interface and frequent fire occurrence, fuel accumulation and the spatial variation in fuel risk is not well quantified across the broad extent of this ecosystem. Using a space for time sampling approach to...
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