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Burn severity (2002) and field data (2012) from Tolhuaca National Park (Chile)

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Publication Date
Start Date
2002-02-01
End Date
2012-03-15

Citation

Assal, T.J., 2018, Burn severity (2002) and field data (2012) from Tolhuaca National Park (Chile): U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9YMIVFU.

Summary

This data was used in the analysis for the article “Burn Severity Controls on Post-fire Araucaria-Nothofagus Regeneration in the Andean Cordillera” by T. Assal, M. Gonzalez and J. Sibold. The aim of the study was to investigate post-fire regeneration patterns of forests on the west slope of the Andes; to evaluate the relationship between remotely sensed burn severity and forest mortality; and to assess controls of burn severity on forest response at local spatio-temporal scales. This dataset reflects the burn severity calculated from Landsat data as part of the analysis.

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Point of Contact :
Timothy J Assal
Originator :
Timothy J Assal
Metadata Contact :
Timothy J Assal
Distributor :
U.S. Geological Survey - ScienceBase
SDC Data Owner :
Fort Collins Science Center
USGS Mission Area :
Ecosystems

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The data were collected to estimate burn severity in the study area.

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