Ecological Archives A025-017-A5

K. M. Giljohann, M. A. McCarthy, L. T. Kelly, and T. J. Regan. 2015. Choice of biodiversity index drives optimal fire management decisions. Ecological Applications 25:264277. http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/14-0257.1

Appendix E. Relative performance of the objective functions, through time, when adhering to the optimal strategy for each of the alternate objective functions. Data is for all 22 species combined.

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Fig. E1. Optimal management strategy and expected value of the reserve when constraining the solution to achieve the 3% annual fuel reduction target for all 22 species and the extinction risk (ER) objective over a 100-year period. The optimal strategy for each state of the reserve is denoted by a letter: L burn 20% late; l burn 10% late; M burn 20% intermediate; m burn 10% intermediate; i take no action; fight all wildfires has no letter.


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