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Pocosins, a unique wetland occurring only in the Southeastern United States and mostly in North and South Carolina, are a paradox. They are a product of water, but to survive, they need to burn periodically, either naturally or by controlled fire.
A combination of written and photo documentation proved the time it took and process involved in a forest’s recovery from a set fire. Through his documentation, the author asserted this action, commonly done in the South every one to five years, can replenish and cleanse its landscape.