Fire Ecology

BioOne VISTA | June 2024

In the face of increasing wildfire frequency due to climate change, research into fire ecology provides insight into how fire influences ecosystem dynamics, including species composition, nutrient cycling, and habitat structure. Moreover, insights from fire ecology studies can help mitigate wildfire risks and promote resilience in natural and human communities.

This article collection proudly features peer-reviewed scientific research from BioOne Complete publishing partners, including Annales Botanici Fennici, Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences, The International Forestry Review, Polish Journal of Ecology, Rangelands, Tree-Ring Research, and more.

A line of wildfire and smoke in the woods

A group of three storks on savannah of Masai Mara National Park, Kenya with a line of wildfire behind them.
  Arthropods and Fire Within the Biologically Diverse Longleaf Pine Ecosystem 

Annals of the Entomological Society of America

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