Early response of woody species regeneration after “Las Máquinas” anthropogenic fire in the Maule Region, Chile
The post-fire woody plant species regeneration was assessed in a Nothofagus glauca dominated forest and a clearcutting of Pinus radiata. Native species showed a high vegetative regeneration capacity after wildfire. However, an invasion of seedlings of Pinus radiata is occurring, especially in the N. glauca forest.
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