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PostMon Sep 13, 2021 7:50 am 
I think I am trending towards becoming the founding member of the Zeke Lunder fan club.   biggrin.gif

This link has a great pair of videos, one showing "good fire" and the other showing an overview of the various degrees of burn severity in the Dixie Fire:

https://the-lookout.org/2021/09/12/dixie-fire-effects-2-videos/

I feel like I know a lot about fire ecology but I am still learning.

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PostTue Sep 14, 2021 11:14 am 
Fire killed trees in well thinned areas. I’d also like to know if units were burned post-thinning. It’s seems consistent across papers that thinning without burning is inadequate on extreme days. Prichard and others do also say that wind exposure matters, as does size of treated area.

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PostMon Sep 20, 2021 3:12 pm 
Pyrites wrote:
Fire killed trees in well thinned areas. I’d also like to know if units were burned post-thinning. It’s seems consistent across papers that thinning without burning is inadequate on extreme days. Prichard and others do also say that wind exposure matters, as does size of treated area.

In that area the thinning slash would definitely have been treated after logging.

Remember, that fire was making its own weather at times.  I did not hear any mention ( did I miss it?) of the drought and extremely dry conditions, which also are a factor.

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