Fire Lines is a southeastern fire science newsletter, produced by the Southern Fire Exchange, that is published every two months to help the fire community in the Southeast stay up to date on the relevant research, tools, events, funding opportunities, trainings, etc.
This most recent issue, covering October-November, includes:
• Longleaf pine seedling growth and survival: Effects of season and intensity of simulated prescribed burning
• New Florida Bonneted Bat Fire Science Success Story
What’s New in Fire Science?
• N95 Respirators Could Offer Robust Protection from Wildfire Smoke
• Bat Activity Response to Fire Regime Depends on Species, Vegetation Conditions, and Behavior
• Tree Encroachment Impacts on Seed Predator Selection and Seedling Establishment
New Technology and Tools
• Fire Modeling Tools Advance with Collaboration between Southeastern and Western Scientists
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Previously published issues of Fire Lines are archived on our website.