postfire

postfire

(ˌpəʊstˈfaɪə)
adj
of or relating to the period after a fire
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We collected data about evacuation behaviors using a postfire survey carried out during the first week after the incident.
Effects of fire season and postfire herbivory on the Cycad Zamia pumila (Zamiaceae) in slash pine savanna, Everglades National Park, Florida.
Three years postfire, all of Stephens' plots contained more nonnative grasses than did the untreated plots, but nonnative grasses were much more prevalent in the masticated plots (Potts and Stephens 2009).
Fire temperatures and postfire plant community dynamics in Ecuadorian grass Paramo.
1999: A proposed methodology for the use of helminth parasites as biological tags in the study of postfire ecosystem regeneration processes.
Larsen IJ, MacDonald LH, Brown E, Rough D, Welsh MJ, Pietraszek JH, Libohova Z, Benavides-Solorio J, Schaffrath K (2009) Causes of postfire runoff and erosion: roles of soil water repellency, surface cover, and soil sealing?
Postfire vegetation recovery and tree establishment at the Arctic treeline: Climate-change-vegetation-response hypotheses.
Yet it's the postfire events that need the most attention.
1] presented a detailed review of actual fire incidents, case studies related to fire hazards, and postfire assessment and repair strategies in bridges.
Marten selection of postfire seres in the Alaskan taiga.