This report describes a comprehensive approach to understanding the role and effects of fire in Bryce Canyon National Park. The study includes a reconstruction of the historic vegetation of Bryce Canyon National Park from historic photographs, inference from computer simulation models, and research in areas of similar vegetation. The successional pathways from the historic vegetation to the present are discussed and the landscape scale consequences of fire suppression and successional devolopment are addressed.
Utah State University, Department of Forest Resources and Ecology Center, "Historical Vegetation, Fuel Loads, and Integrated Resource Information System for Bryce Canyon National Park" (1988). Elusive Documents. Paper 104.