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Fire Management Today: Managing Fire in Areas Without Roads (Volume 61 No.2, 2001)   [open pdf - 1MB]

This issue of Fire Management Today features an article about land health and wildfires titled "A National Fire Plan for Future Land Health" by Mike Dombeck; Other articles include "Managing the Impact of Wildfires on Communities and the Environment: A Report to the President in Response to the Wildfires of 2000"; "An Ecologically Based Strategy for Fire and Fuels Management in National Forest Roadless Areas" by Dominick A. DellaSala and Evan Frost; "Restoring Fire to Wilderness: Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks" by Jeffrey Manley, MaryBeth Keifer, Nathan Stephenson, and William Kaage; "Wildland Fire Use in Roadless Areas: Restoring Ecosystems and Rewilding Landscapes" by Timothy Ingalsbee; "Sustainable Forestry Practices: Science Can Suggest Them but the Culture Must Choose the Path" by Gary Snyder; "Trial by Bulldozer: Roadbuilding in Roadless Areas" by Bud Moore; "NIFC [National Interagency Fire Center] FIRE RAWS [Remote Automated Weather Station] Unit Survives Burnover" by Kelly Andersson; and "British Columbia Forest Service Adds New Software for Wildland Firefighting" by Moira Finn.

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2001
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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 61 No.2, 2001)
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