Fire Management Today: From the Ground Up: Wildland Fire Fuels (Volume 70 No.3, 2010) [open pdf - 2MB]
This issue of Fire Management Today features an article listing the upcoming goals and expectations for the Forest Service titled "Looking to the Future" by Tom Harbour. Other articles include "Pitching Theories From the Duff Mound" by Emily C. Garlough and Christopher R. Keyes; "Estimating Crown Fire Susceptibility for Project Planning" by David C. Powell; "Characterizing Hand-Piled Fuels" by Clinton S. Wright, Paige C. Eagle, and Cameron S. Balog; "The Results of a Brief Web-Based Questionnaire on Wildland Fire Smoke" by A.R. Riebau and D.G. Fox; "Firefighters Visit Seattle Schools: Recruiting Realizes Results" by Renee Bodine; "A High-Quality Fuels Database of Photos and Information" by Clint S. Wright, Paige C. Eagle, and Diana L. Olson; "Modeling Post-Fire Soil Erosion" by Esther Godson and John D. Stednick; "Using Trail Cameras To Understand Fire Behavior" by Karen Ridenour and Rich Gray; and "Failure To Communicate: Improving Radio Discipline on the Fireline" by Ken Frederick and Mike Tuominen.
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Fire Management Today (Volume 70 No.3, 2010)