Using “management mosaics” to mitigate the impacts from extreme wildfires


Human activities and global change have resulted in more severe and destructive megafires in forest ecosystems worldwide. Here, I introduce and discuss the concept of “management mosaics” and how to use it over both space and time to mitigate the growing impacts of extreme wildfires.

  • Citation: Guo, Qinfeng. 2021. Using “management mosaics” to mitigate the impacts from extreme wildfires. Ecological Processes. 10(1): 903-.
  • Keywords: Disturbance refuges, Fire frequency and severity, Fuel treatment, Human activities, Megafires
  • Posted Date: September 16, 2021
  • Modified Date: September 27, 2021
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