This issue of Fire Management Today features an article by Tom Harbour titled "The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy: What's Next?" about the development and benefits of a nationwide strategy for wildfire management. Other articles include "Texas Tackles Devastating Fire Season with Complex, Interagency Response" by Holly Huffman and April Saginor; "Back on the Road: Volunteer Firefighters Rebuild a Firetruck" by Andrea Pendergast; "Burning Questions for Managers: Fuels Management Practices in Riparian Areas" by Kristen E. Meyer, Kathleen A. Dwire, Patricia A. Champ, Sandra E. Ryan, Gregg M. Riegel, and Timothy A. Burton; "Between Two Fires: A Narrative" by Stephen J. Pyne; "The Hazards of Staging Vehicles in the Black: Two Incidents" by Paul Keller; "Infrared: A Critical Tool for Fire Managers" by Ken Frederick; "Water Quality Effects Following a Severe Fire" by Charles C. Rhoades, Deborah Entwistle, and Dana Butler; and "Incident Remote Automatic Weather Stations: Upgrading Onsite Fire Weather Data Collection" by Herb Arnold.
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Fire Management Today (Volume 72 No.2, 2012)