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The Conservation and Restoration of Old Growth in Frequent-fire Forests of the American West
Guest Editorial
Conserving and Restoring Old Growth in Frequent-fire Forests: Cycles of Disruption and Recovery
Dave Egan
Synthesis
Living among Frequent-fire Forests: Human History and Cultural Perspectives
Alexandra Murphy, Jesse Abrams, Terry Daniel, and Victoria Yazzie
The Tribal Perspective of Old Growth in Frequent-fire Forests—Its History
Victoria Yazzie
Defining Old Growth for Fire-adapted Forests of the Western United States
Merrill R. Kaufmann, Daniel Binkley, Peter Z. Fulé, Marlin Johnson, Scott L. Stephens, and Thomas W. Swetnam
The Role of Old-growth Forests in Frequent-fire Landscapes
Daniel Binkley, Tom Sisk, Carol Chambers, Judy Springer, and William Block
Past, Present, and Future Old Growth in Frequent-fire Conifer Forests of the Western United States
Scott R. Abella, W. Wallace Covington, Peter Z. Fulé, Leigh B. Lentile, Andrew J. Sánchez Meador, and Penelope Morgan
Old-growth Policy
Diane Vosick, David M Ostergren, and Lucy Murfitt
Managing for Old Growth in Frequent-fire Landscapes
Carl E. Fiedler, Peter Friederici, Mark Petruncio, Charles Denton, and W. David Hacker
Monitoring Old Growth in Frequent-fire Landscapes
Carl E. Fiedler, Peter Friederici, and Mark Petruncio
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