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The response of breeding Lapland longspurs to burned sedge tussock-shrub tundra was studied in 1978 on the Seward Peninsula in an area burned by lightning-ignited fires during 1977. In late May and mid-June 1978, plant standing crop in burned tundra was < 5% of standing crop in unburned tundra. Lapland longspurs were less abundant in burned than in unburned tundra. An average of 1.4 longspurs he' were recorded in burned tundra, whereas 4.6 longspurs h" were seen in unburned tundra. One longspurdoi:10.14430/arctic2539 fatcat:hqvppka6g5b3dit7y25nrcnb54