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Effects of Past Burning Frequency on Woody Plant Structure and Composition in Dry Dipterocarp Forest

Anthropogenic burning in dry dipterocarp forests has become a common phenomenon throughout Thailand. Too frequent fires may affect plant species composition, soil properties and processes, and nutrient dynamics, thereby impacting upon ecosystem productivity and sustainability. Conversely, complete fire exclusion, may result in changes to ecosystem components, and an increased risk of high-intensity wildfire. This study aimed to investigate the effects ... Read More »