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Fire Management Today: Making History (Volume 71 No.3, 2011)   [open pdf - 6MB]

This issue of Fire Management Today features an article about the idea of professionalizing wildland fire management titled "USDA Forest Service, Fire and Aviation Management--an Organization of Wildland Fire Professionals" by Tom Harbour. Other articles include "Greening Fire: Forest Service Style" by Jennifer Letz, Thomas Fuchtman, and Heather Davis; "Repurposed Vehicles: A Tale of Two Trucks" by Gregory Gettys and Otis Wayne Kennedy; "Working With American Indian Tribes on Wildland Fires: Protecting Cultural Heritage Sites in Northwestern California" by Frank K. Lake; "A Celebration of Excellence in Wildland Fire Science: The International Journal of Wildland Fire Is 20 Years Old" by Martin E. Alexander; "50 Years of Service: The Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory" by Jane Kapler Smith, Diane Smith, and Colin Hardy; "Estimated Smoldering Probability: A New Tool for Predicting Ground Fire in the Organic Soils on the North Carolina Coastal Plain" by James Reardon and Gary Curcio; "A Tool To Estimate the Impact of Bark Beetle Activity on Fuels and Fire Behavior" by Michael J. Jenkins, Elizabeth G. Hebertson, Wesley G. Page and Wanda E. Lindquist; and "Fire Management Today Announces 2010 Photo Contest Winners."

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2011-08
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Public Domain
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U.S. Forest Service https://www.fs.fed.us/
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Fire Management Today (Volume 71 No.3, 2011)
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