From the Introduction: "The Shoshone National Forest developed this fire management plan (FMP) as a decision support tool to help fire personnel and decision makers determine the appropriate management response to unplanned ignitions. Fire management plans do not make decisions. Instead, they provide information, organized by fire management units (FMUs), which provide a finer scale summarization of information than is possible at the forest level. These descriptions bring specific detail about the identifiable areas on the ground. FMPs are not static documents. They will evolve and be revised as conditions change on the ground and as modifications are made to the unit's LRMP [Land and Resource Management Plan]."
Lessons Learned Information Sharing (LLIS)