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FORS 5610/7610

Applications of fire as a tool for forest management, species conservation, and ecosystem restoration in the southeastern coastal plain. Analysis of fuels, weather, and fire behavior. Fire effects on plants, animals, and soils in the longleaf pine ecosystem. Emphasis on field experience with prescribed burns.

Credit hours:
2
Other information:

The course will be taught as an intensive 6-day Spring Break class at the Joseph W. Jones Ecological Center in Newton, GA.

Offered spring semester every year.

Course name:
Prescribed Fire in the Forest Ecosystem