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Southern Blue Ridge FLN webinar opportunity

Join us on October 23rd at 2pm Eastern for a webinar:
Compositional and Structural Changes over Time with Different Fire Regimes in Linville Gorge, NC
In this Southern Blue Ridge Fire Learning Network webinar (originally scheduled for August 18), Cassandra Pallai will discuss research conducted in Linville Gorge based on resampling plots originally put in during 1992 for her Master’s project at Duke University. The plots have been resampled (by Waldrop and others) periodically and give a nice sampling of different fire regimes in Linville. Plots within the Table Rock Fire footprint were recently sampled, and Pallai combined those results with the original sampling and Waldrop’s resampling to study compositional and structural changes over time with different fire regimes.
Join the webinar with this link.  (1.5 hours)
photo credit: Megan Sutton