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This data consists of observations of individual trees that were subjected to prescribed fire in western US national parks. Information on individual trees include measurements of tree live/dead status, growth, size, competition, and fire-caused damage. The data also includes estimates of plot-level vapor pressure deficit anomaly before fire. These data support the following publication: van Mantgem, P.J., Falk, D.A., Williams, E.C., Das, A.J., and Stephenson, N.L., 2020, The influence of pre-fire growth on post-fire tree mortality for common conifers in western US parks. International Journal of Wildland Fire. First posted - August 28, 2018 (available from author) Revised - Febuary 10, 2020
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This data consists of presence/absence observations for post-fire conifer regeneration. The data also includes estimates of plot-level topography (slope, aspect), relativized differenced normalized burn ratio (RdNBR), post-fire climate, live basal area, and seed rain. These data support the following publication:


    map background search result map search result map Forest plot structure summaries in the Sierra Nevada, 1984-2017 Fire caused tree mortality in western US national parks (2018) (ver. 2.0, February 2020) Post-fire conifer regeneration observations for National Forest land in California (2009 - 2017) Forest plot structure summaries in the Sierra Nevada, 1984-2017 Post-fire conifer regeneration observations for National Forest land in California (2009 - 2017) Fire caused tree mortality in western US national parks (2018) (ver. 2.0, February 2020)