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The third issue of the International Journal of Wildland Fire in 2013, Volume 22 (3) 2013, contains the following papers:
- “The importance of affect, perceived risk and perceived benefit in understanding support for fuels management among wildland—urban interface residents,” TimothyÂ J. Ascher, Robyn S. Wilson and Eric Toman.
- “Historical fire regimes in a poorly understood, fire-prone ecosystem: eastern coastal fynbos,” Tineke Kraaij, Johan A. Baard, Richard M. Cowling, et al.
- “Lightning and fire weather in eastern coastal fynbos shrublands: seasonality and long-term trends,” Tineke Kraaij, Richard M. Cowling and Brian W. van Wilgen.
- “Characterizing fire regimes in Spain from fire statistics,” M. Vanesa Moreno and Emilio Chuvieco.
- “Pixel and object-based classification approaches for mapping forest fuel types in Tenerife Island from ASTER data,” Alfonso Alonso-Benito, Lara A. Arroyo, Manuel Arbelo, et al;
- “Predicting continuous variation in forest fuel load using biophysical models: a case study in south-eastern Australia,” Thomas J. Duff, Tina L. Bell and Alan York.
- “Assessing the flammability of surface fuels beneath ornamental vegetation in wildland—urban interfaces in Provence (south-eastern France),” Anne Ganteaume, Marielle Jappiot and Corinne Lampin.
- “The influence of fuel moisture content on the combustion of Eucalyptus foliage,” Malcolm Possell and Tina L. Bell.
- “Exotic annual grass invasion alters fuel amounts, continuity and moisture content,” Kirk W. Davies and Aleta M. Nafus.
- “Effects of fire regimes on herba- ceous biomass and nutrient dynamics in the Brazilian savanna,” ImmaculadaÂ Oliveras, Sergio T. Meirelles, Valter L. Hirakuri, et al.
- “Duff mound consumption and cambium injury for centuries-old western larch from prescribed burning in western Montana,” Michael G. Harrington.
- “Ecological implications of standard fire-mapping approaches for fire management of the World Heritage Area, Fraser Island, Australia,” Sanjeev Kumar Srivastava, Lee King, Chris Mitchell, et al.
- “Fire history and forest structure of an endangered subtropical ecosystem in the Florida Keys, USA,” Grant L. Harley, Henri D. Grissino-Mayer and Sally P. Horn.
- “Effect of heterogeneity in burn severity on Mexican fox squirrels following the return of fire,” Sandra L. Doumas and John L. Koprowski.