The Role of Fire in Northern Circumpolar Ecosystems
Ross Wallace Wein, David A. MacLean
Scientific Committee on Problems of the Environment of the International Council of Scientific Unions by Wiley, 1983 - Ecology - 322 pages
Based on the conference "Fire in northern circumpolar ecosystems" held at the University of New Brunswick in 1979. Examines the role of fire in the functioning of northern ecosystems.
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