Fire Management Today: Prepared for Change - Ready for the Future (Volume 72 No.3, 2012) [open pdf - 29MB]
This issue of Fire Management Today features an article about the inevitability of change and how the Forest Service can prepare for it titled "Be Prepared for Change--Ready for the Future" by Tom Harbour. Other articles include "Depending on Each Other: A Case Study of the Honey Prairie Fire, Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge" by Terri Jenkins; "National Wildfire Coordinating Group Distance Learning Program: The Digital Age Requires Digital Learning" by Wendell R. Welch and Michael E. Williams; "Exploring the Mega-Fire Reality 2011: The Forest Ecology and Management Conference" by Dan Binkley; "Effects of Salvage Logging on Fire Risks After Bark Beetle Outbreaks in Colorado Lodgepole Pine Forests" by Byron J. Collins, Chuck C. Rhoades, Michael A. Battaglia, and Robert M. Hubbard; "Aircraft Fuel Tender Converted Into Attack Pumper for Local Firefighting" by Eric Ward; "Mobile Firewise Exhibit Educates Residents" by Maris Gabliks; "National Fire Plan Funds Support Maine's Defensible Space Chipping Program" by R. 'Fitz' Fitzhenry; "Best Practices Programming for Bendix King Portable Radios" by Pete Lawrence and John Brooks; "Performance of Satellite Data Sets in Monitoring Burn Events on the Refugio-Goliad Prairie Landscape" by Ray Guse and Kirk Feuerbacher; and "Fire Management Today Announces 2011 Photo Contest Winners."
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Fire Management Today (Volume 72 No.3, 2012)