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Fire Management Today: Across Agency Lines (Volume 70 No. 2, 2010)   [open pdf - 2MB]

This is the July Volume of the U.S. Forest Service Newsletter featuring important fire prevention articles. The following topics are: "A Fire Protection Triangle for the Wildland-Urban Interface" by Tom Tidwell and Hutch Brown; "Bureau of Land Management Fire and Aviation: Unique Contributions From a Unique Agency" by Ken Frederick;State Forestry's Role in Wildland Fire: Suppression, Community Protection, Cooperation, and More" by Dan Smith; "Supporting Cultural Uniqueness: The Bureau of Indian Affairs Branch of Wildland Fire Management" by Robyn Broyles; "General Services Administration's Role in Wildland Firefighting" by John Barnicle and William Hicks; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Keeping Fire on Our Side" by Karen Miranda Gleason; "The National Park Service: A History of Wildland Fire in Resource Management" by Roberta D'Amico and Bill Halainen; "Wildland Fire Decision Support System Air Quality Tools" by Sim Larkin, Tim Brown, Pete Lahm, and Tom Zimmerman; Coarse Estimation of Local Fire Return Intervals for Fire Management" by Matthew Tuten; and "A Foundation for Initial Attack Simulation: The Fried and Fried Fire Containment Model" by Jeremy S. Fried and Burton D. Fried.

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2010-07
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Fire Management Today (Volume 70 No.2, 2010)
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