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An Evaluation of Fire Regime Reconstruction Methods

Information about past fire regimes can be a helpful reference to guide and inform land managers about current and future fire regime characteristics, patterns, and forest structure characteristics. Management activities that benefit from understanding past fire regimes include prescribed fire, managed wildfires for resource benefit, and mechanical treatments to reduce fire risk. This working paper discusses several methods for reconstructing historical fire regimes. The potential value and limitations for reconstructing historical forest structure and composition with each method are also briefly covered
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