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Fire Management Today: Fire Planning and Response, Remote Sensing Applications Center, Missoula Fire Lab, Lessons from Fourmile Canyon (Volume 71 No.2, 2011)   [open pdf - 3MB]

This issue of Fire Management Today features an article about the importance of adapting doctrine and risk management in wildfire management titled "What's in a Legacy?" by Tom Harbour. Other articles include "Rapid Assessment of Vegetation Condition After Wildfire" by Tony Guay; "Accelerated Remeasurement and Evaluation of Burned Areas" by Kevin Megown, Mark Finco, Ken Brewer, and Brian Schwind; "Use of Waste Fuel as an Alternative Fuel in Drip Torches" by John R. Weir and Ryan F. Limb; "Remote Sensing and Geospatial Support to Burned Area Emergency Response Teams" by Jess Clark and Randy McKinley; "Fire and Fish Dynamics in a Changing Climate" by Lisa Holsinger and Robert Keane; "Mapping the Potential for High Severity Wildfire in the Western United States" by Greg Dillon, Penny Morgan, and Zack Holden; "The Fourmile Canyon Fire: Collaboration, Preparation, and Outcomes" by John Bustos; "Fourmile Canyon: Living with Wildfire" by Hannah Brenkert-Smith and Patricia A. Champ; and "Success Story: Colorado State Forest Service Wildland Fire Fleet Always Ready" by Ryan Lockwood.

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2011-05
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Fire Management Today (Volume 71 No.2, 2011)
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