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Fire Management Today: Fire Impacts on Water Quality, Smoke Science Plan, Ordering on a Fire, and More… (Volume 76 No.1, 2018)   [open pdf - 3MB]

This issue of Fire Management Today features an article about staying vigilant when dealing with change titled "Coping With Change" by Shawna Legarza. Other articles include "Learning To Live With Fire" by Thomas L. Tidwell; "Water Quality Impacts of Wildland Fires" by Aregai Tecle and Daniel Neary; "Joint Fire Science Program Smoke Science Plan, 2010-2016: Results and Impacts" by Allen Riebau, Douglas Fox, and Cindy Huber; "Ordering on a Fire: Getting What You Need" by Ed Delaney; "Saving Lives, Property, and Tax Dollars in Nebraska" by Deloris Pittman; "Minnesota Programs Benefit Rural Fire Departments" by Christi Powers; "Assessing Fire Management Needs in the Pacific Islands: A Collaborative Approach" by Clay Trauernicht, Elizabeth Pickett, Pablo Beimler, Christian P. Giardina, Susan Cordell, J.B. Friday, Eric Moller, and Creighton M. Litton; "Fire Control and the 2015 Canyon Creek Complex Fire" by Hutch Brown; "The Role of Trust in Homeowner Firewise Actions" by Josh McDaniel; and "50th Meeting of the Northeast Forest Fire Supervisors" by Maris G. Gabliks.

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2018-04
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Fire Management Today (Volume 76 No.1, 2018)
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