Lindenmayer, David; Likens, Gene; Franklin, J F
Large-scale natural disturbances are commonplace around the world. They can have profound effects on human infrastructure and populations, as well as substantially influencing key ecological processes, shaping landscapes, and affecting many species. Major natural disturbances also have the potential to produce important ecological and resource management insights. Here, we argue that it is essential to initiate research quickly after such disturbances, and provide examples illustrating the...[Show more]
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