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Retraction of Fire 2020, 3(2), 13.
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Retraction: Winoto-Lewin, S. and Sanger, J. et al. Propensities of Old Growth, Mature and Regrowth Wet Eucalypt Forest, and Eucalyptus Nitens Plantation, to Burn during Wildfire and Suffer Fire-Induced Crown Death. Fire 2020, 3, 13

Discipline of Geography and Spatial Sciences, University of Tasmania, Hobart 7001, Australia
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Received: 27 August 2020 / Accepted: 27 August 2020 / Published: 28 August 2020
The authors were informed of some errors in the categorization of forest types by a colleague. The major error was the incorrect inclusion of a category of plantation from a publicly available vegetation type layer. There were also other sites which were incorrectly categorized. The authors reclassified or removed the sites that were obviously incorrect, added new randomly located sites to compensate for excluded sites and added more site pairs. The data were then checked by an independent colleague, an expert in the forest type, who was able to check each identification. The results of analyses of the new data set were sufficiently different to those of the original paper to make it inappropriate to make minor corrections. During the reanalysis, a close examination of the data indicated that the outcomes were highly sensitive to variation in fire intensity in a low number of sites, indicating a need for a larger data set and complementary analyses using GIS techniques.
This paper [1] is, therefore, retracted and shall be marked accordingly. The Fire Editorial Office (and authors) apologize to the readers of Fire for any inconvenience caused. This paper is retracted to ensure the addition of only high-quality scientific works to the field of scholarly communication.
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Reference

  1. Winoto-Lewin, S.; Sanger, J.C.; Kirkpatrick, J.B. Propensities of Old Growth, Mature and Regrowth Wet Eucalypt Forest, and Eucalyptus nitens Plantation, to Burn During Wildfire and Suffer Fire-Induced Crown Death. Fire 2020, 3, 13. [Google Scholar] [CrossRef]
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