Free access made available to wildfire research collection

Wiley has released a Wildfire Restoration Special Collection, bringing together articles from scientific journals to inform how efforts can be made to rebuild the ecosystem. ©Michael Pellant/BLM

Following the devastating bush fires in Australia, Wiley has released a Wildfire Restoration Special Collection, bringing together articles from scientific journals to inform how efforts can be made to rebuild the ecosystem — wildlife, vegetation recovery and effects of soil erosion. All articles are free to access until May 8.

The collection, which includes seven articles from the Journal of Wildlife Management, aims to look at how to move forward and preserve resources where possible and rebuild where needed. The articles are spilt into four key areas: soil erosion control after wildfire, fire and wildlife implications, vegetation recovery and other relevant research. 

Find the collection here.