Some articles on management, fire management, fire:
... Land management practices should focus on the maintenance of intact native prairie remnants and the vegetation that is crucial to the regal fritillary’s continued survival ... The timing, intensity, level, and duration of management activities must be adapted and monitored (Selby 2007) ... It has been suggested that proper management practices could play a crucial role in slowing, and possibly even reversing, the current wave of regal fritillary extirpations (Swengel 2004) ...
... In many ways nature has adapted to fire, and the absence of fire can often be disadvantageous ... Prescribed fire is currently part of the fire management plan and helps to eliminate exotic species of plants and allows a more fertile and natural ecosystem ... Fire is also used to protect prairie grasslands and to keep out forest encroachment, ensuring sufficient rangeland for elk and deer ...
Famous quotes containing the words management and/or fire:
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