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Case Study Launched about Burned Area Emergency Response
437 KB Author: Fire and Aviation Management Published: 2007 Posted: 3/12/2007
Chainsaws or Driptorches: How Should Fire Risk Be Reduced?
857KB Author: Scott Stephens Published: 2008 Posted: 5/9/2008
Chaparral Fire Science Debate Continues
160KB Author: Josh McDaniel Published: 2008 Posted: 1/18/2012
Climate Change and Fire: Key Points
Author: Susan Conrad Published: 2007 Posted: 12/7/2007
Climate Change Projected to Increase Global Fire Risk
482KB Author: Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center Published: 2013 Posted: 5/14/2013
Controlling exotic invasive plant species after fuel reduction with herbicides and native seeding
58KB Author: Becky Kerns Published: 2007 Posted: 1/16/2008
Dead Trees and Healthy Forests: Is Fire Always Bad?
686KB Author: Greg Aplet Published: 2003 Posted: 6/24/2008
DECISION MAKING FOR LARGE WILDLAND FIRES
Most of us don't like the idea that we will have to manage large fires. We've been taught to choose the smallest alternative.
22.5KB Published: --Choose One-- Posted: 1/1/2004
Development and evaluation of a semi-physical crown fire
532KB Author: Cruz, Butler, Alexander, Viegas Published: 2006 Posted: 1/10/2007
Effects of wildland fires on buff-breasted flycatchers and other forest birds in southeastern Arizona
Author: Chris Kirkpatrick Published: 2006 Posted: 12/10/2007
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