Lise (efbq) wrote in little_details,
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Meadow growth

I've found scholarly articles which give my too much information which is too specific. I've found information which gives me an estimate of how long it takes for a wooded area to return to pre-fire conditions. None of this is what I want.

If a deciduous forest (actually think 'light woods' of the kind you can often find around suburban housing in the southeast of the US) suffered a major fire in mid spring, what would it look like at midsummer? I gather it would be a 'young' meadow, but I'm not sure what that would look like.
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