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Title: Chapter 8 - Effects of prescribed fire on upland oak forest ecosystems in Missouri Ozarks (Project NC-F-06-02)
Author: Fan, Zhaofei; Dey, Daniel C.;
Source: General Technical Report SRS-198
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Description: Fire in the Ozark Highlands was historically used by Native Americans (Guyette and others 2002). Early European settlers continued to burn the landscape to manage livestock forage. In the late 1800s, people began to harvest timber, cutting first pine trees and later oak (Flader 2008).
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Fan, Zhaofei; Dey, Daniel C. 2014. Chapter 8 - Effects of prescribed fire on upland oak forest ecosystems in Missouri Ozarks (Project NC-F-06-02)
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