The disproportionate importance of long‐unburned forests and woodlands for reptiles
Our understanding of the impacts of time since fire on reptiles remains limited, partly because there are relatively few locations where long‐term, spatially explicit fire histories are available. Such information is important given the large proportion of some landscapes that are managed with frequent prescribed fire to meet fuel management objectives. We conducted a space‐for‐time study across a landscape in southeastern Australia where the known fire history spanned 6 months to at least 96...[Show more]
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