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N. B. Kotliar, Kennedy, P. L., and Ferree, K., Avifaunal responses to fire in southwestern montane forests along a burn severity gradient., Ecol Appl, vol. 17, no. 2, pp. 491-507, 2007.
S. P. Good and Caylor, K. K., Climatological determinants of woody cover in Africa., Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, vol. 108, no. 12, pp. 4902-7, 2011.
L. Resman, Howe, G., Jonsen, D., Englund, M., Druart, N., Schrader, J., Antti, H., Skinner, J., Sjödin, A., Chen, T. H. H., and Bhalerao, R. P., Components acting downstream of short day perception regulate differential cessation of cambial activity and associated responses in early and late clones of hybrid poplar., Plant Physiol, vol. 154, no. 3, pp. 1294-303, 2010.
J. B. Fontaine and Kennedy, P. L., Meta-analysis of avian and small-mammal response to fire severity and fire surrogate treatments in U.S. fire-prone forests., Ecol Appl, vol. 22, no. 5, pp. 1547-61, 2012.
J. McIver, Youngblood, A., and Stephens, S. L., The national Fire and Fire Surrogate study: ecological consequences of fuel reduction methods in seasonally dry forests 1, Ecological Applications, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 283 - 284, 2009.
D. W. Schwilk, Keeley, J. E., Knapp, E. E., McIver, J., Bailey, J. D., Fettig, C. J., Fiedler, C. E., Harrod, R. J., Moghaddas, J. J., Outcalt, K. W., Skinner, C. N., Stephens, S. L., Waldrop, T. A., Yaussy, D. A., and Youngblood, A., The National Fire and Fire Surrogate study: effects of fuel reduction methods on forest vegetation structure and fuels., Ecol Appl, vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 285-304, 2009.
E. Naumburg, Mata-González, R., Hunter, R. G., McLendon, T., and Martin, D. W., Phreatophytic vegetation and groundwater fluctuations: a review of current research and application of ecosystem response modeling with an emphasis on great basin vegetation, Environmental Management, vol. 35, no. 6, pp. 726 - 740, 2005.
B. K. Pekin, Wisdom, M. J., Endress, B. A., Naylor, B. J., and Parks, C. G., Ungulate browsing maintains shrub diversity in the absence of episodic disturbance in seasonally-arid conifer forest., PLoS One, vol. 9, no. 1, p. e86288, 2014.