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Ecological Consequences of the 1988 Fires
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abundance aspen biotic burned areas Christensen climatic complex conifer DeBano debris flows Despain drought ecological consequences ectomycorrhizae effects of fire Engelmann spruce erosion evaluation factors feeding fire behavior fire management fire program fire regimes fire suppression fire-caused following fire forage species forest fire fuel geomorphic grasslands Greater Yellowstone Area habitat Harvey heterogeneity hillslopes hydrologic ignition impacts important increase influence intensity intervention Jurgensen large fires large mammal lodgepole pine long-term Lotan Minshall monitoring Montana State University mosaic National Forest natural disturbance natural processes nitrogen nitrogen fixation Northern Rockies nutrient occur patterns plants populations postfire potential prefire prescribed fire regeneration responses result Romme runoff sagebrush sediment seed serotiny shrubland spatial scales sprouting streams studies surface trees unburned ungulate variation vegetation watersheds whitebark pine wilderness areas wilderness ecosystems wilderness landscapes wilderness preserves wildfire wildland wildlife winter range Yellowstone fires Yellowstone landscape Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone Plateau