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- WOW Libros, a peer-reviewed journal of critical reviews on children's and adolescent literature published in Spanish, is now publicly available.
- New issues of WOW Stories from UArizona College of Education are now publicly available.
- The full backfile of the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vols 1 - 38) is now publicly available.
- Check out the master's reports from Spring 2021 MS-GIST program graduates!
- Congratulations to College of Medicine - Phoenix doctor of medicine graduates! Doctoral theses and posters from their scholarly projects are now available.
- Congratulations to Spring 2021 graduates of the Sustainable Built Environments program. Their Senior capstone theses and posters are now available.
- We're celebrating the 5-year anniversary of the UA Open Access Policy. The UA Faculty Publications collection has grown to more than 9,400 articles published by UA researchers. We thank all our UA affiliates for contributing their articles under the policy!
- Please join us in welcoming the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law to our repository community. Articles from Volume 38, Issue 2 are now publicly available. The full backfile will be added over the next several weeks.
- Rangelands, Volume 39 (2017) is now publicly available in the repository.
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Wildfire-Driven Forest Conversion in Western North American LandscapesChanging disturbance regimes and climate can overcome forest ecosystem resilience. Following high-severity fire, forest recovery may be compromised by lack of tree seed sources, warmer and drier postfire climate, or short-interval reburning. A potential outcome of the loss of resilience is the conversion of the prefire forest to a different forest type or nonforest vegetation. Conversion implies major, extensive, and enduring changes in dominant species, life forms, or functions, with impacts on ecosystem services. In the present article, we synthesize a growing body of evidence of fire-driven conversion and our understanding of its causes across western North America. We assess our capacity to predict conversion and highlight important uncertainties. Increasing forest vulnerability to changing fire activity and climate compels shifts in management approaches, and we propose key themes for applied research coproduced by scientists and managers to support decision-making in an era when the prefire forest may not return.
Engaging students with team‐based learning in courses taught at two campuses synchronously: Two case studies in health sciencesThis chapter describes two case studies that highlight how courses can be taught simultaneously in classrooms across partnering university campuses using the effective, evidence-based team-based learning (TBL) method. The objective is to assist faculty in effectively using TBL in a synchronous virtual collaborative space.