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Northern Utah Interagency Fire Danger Operating and Preparedness Plan
2.95 MB Author: Multiple Published: 2009 Posted: 4/30/2009
Past Meets the Present: Using Old Burns in Fire Management
933KB Author: Josh McDaniel Published: 2013 Posted: 2/14/2013
Pictures Make The Story Better: The Digital Photo Series, JFSP Highlights 0905
The JFSP, a partnership of six federal wildland fire and research organizations, provides scientific information and support for fuel and fire programs. Over the last decade, a significant national effort has been ...
977.3KB Author: JFSP Published: 2005 Posted: 9/19/2005
Planning for Fire-Related Debris-Flow Hazards Using GIS
The Utah Geological Survey produces geologic hazard maps using Geographic Information Systems to assist with land-use planning. Local governments and agencies can use the GIS data and maps in their planning process to ...
992.4KB Author: By Lucas M. Shaw, Richard E. Giraud, Utah Geological Survey Published: 2004 Posted: 11/3/2004
Prescribed burn documentation and fire danger ratings: A case study
960 KB Author: Martin E. Alexander Published: 2006 Posted: 8/29/2006
Prescribed Fire Effects Monitoring Part One
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3.17 MB Author: Beth Buchanan & Bruce Davenport Published: 2004 Posted: 7/28/2006
Prescriptions and fire effects
Prescriptions and Fire Effects ... While our understanding of the causes for varia-tion in postfire effects is increasing, burn pre-scriptions may not always include parameters that control the long-term heat pulse from ...
130.3KB Author: Melanie Miller Published: 2004 Posted: 12/27/2005
Principles of Hazard Tree Risk Management
481.94 bytes Author: HHTF Task Group Published: 2008 Posted: 6/3/2009
Below is the result of your feedback form. Most Notable Success: The most notable success our type 2 interagency handcrew was involved with at the incident was all hand crews standing down and not receiving an ...
52.4KB Published: 2002 Posted: 1/1/2004
S CA Firestorm 2003 Preparing for Post Incident Section
Training program design, development, delivery Leadership Human Factors/CRM Simulation Design Distance Learning This report was prepared by two private consulting firms with the input of federal agency employees ...
235.4KB Author: Paula Nasiatka Published: 2003 Posted: 5/25/2004
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