Predicting forest floor and woody fuel consumption from prescribed burns in southern and western pine ecosystems of the United States

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We present pre-burn biomass and consumption data from 60 prescribed burns in the southeastern and western United States. The datasets include pre-burn biomass in Mg/ha by fuel category: herbaceous fuels, shrubs, 1-hr, 10-hr, 100-hr, 1000-hr, 10,000-hr, and > 10,000-hr downed wood, litter and duff. Pre-burn depth (cm) and reduction (cm) are provided for litter and duff layers. Day-of-burn fuel moistures and weather are also listed by site.

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Prichard, S. J., Kennedy, M. C., Wright, C. S., Cronan, J. B., & Ottmar, R. D. (2017). Predicting forest floor and woody fuel consumption from prescribed burns in southern and western pine ecosystems of the United States. Data in Brief, 15, 742–746. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dib.2017.10.029

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