' … large and sumptuously produced … the authors and the publisher deserve congratulation for the high standard of the illustrations, which make a complex subject far easier to understand … The book is published at a very reasonable price. I learnt a lot from it, and suspect that many who have important responsibilities for forests would do so too.' Bulletin of the British Ecological Society
'Fire in the Forest is an interesting international introduction to the intriguing and sometimes enigmatic role that fire plays in natural and increasingly human-inhabited ecosystems. It is presented from a non-technical, but well-referenced, point of view by the two primary authors, who are well positioned to provide such insights on this topic. … highly recommended …' Plant Science Bulletin
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An in-depth, yet readable look at the complex science behind the physics of fire, the ecological role of fire and the fire suppression challenge, using non-technical language and colour illustrations. This book is aimed at anyone with an interest in forest fires and the complex environmental role they play.