1 The time required for an area the size of the whole landscape to be disturbed Baker (1995); note that this means that the same sites/stands may be disturbed multiple times and some sites/stands not at all.
Humans, fire and landscape pattern: understanding a maquis-forest complex, Mont Do, New Caledonia, using a spatial ‘state-and-transition’ model†
Version of Record online: 27 SEP 2002
Journal of Biogeography
Volume 29, Issue 9, pages 1143–1158, September 2002
How to Cite
Perry, G. L. W. and Enright, N. J. (2002), Humans, fire and landscape pattern: understanding a maquis-forest complex, Mont Do, New Caledonia, using a spatial ‘state-and-transition’ model. Journal of Biogeography, 29: 1143–1158. doi: 10.1046/j.1365-2699.2002.00774.x
- Issue online: 27 SEP 2002
- Version of Record online: 27 SEP 2002
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