Black oaks…are those " native" to that area? Granted they are present but if mother nature wanted it to be a dominant species…well, that would be the case. Last time I checked black oaks cannot complete with the canopy reach of 200’ pondos,cedars, Jefferies and cedars. I believe the “ologists” call areas that are dominated by large black oaks, " oak Savannah", like is found on the srf, South fork ridge area. The oaks grow on aspect specific as well.
Lastly,in the areas where there was crown consumption in the Camp scar, oaks we’re consumed just the same as conifer, and man-made objects. To note, yes there were areas where there were crowns consumed, but a majority of that was from the BTU release adjacent to structures.
Fuels treatment is one thing…fuels modification is a different animal( if even possible)
Lastly, when magalia nursery was in service, I only remember conifer stock, not hardwoods… Hint hint.