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Title: Proceedings of the Symposium on Wildland Fire 2000, April 27-30, 1987, South Lake Tahoe, California
Author: Davis, James B.; Martin, Robert E., technical coordinators
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-101. Berkeley, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station; 258 p.
Station ID: GTR-PSW-101
Description: This "futuring" symposium addressed the possible, preferred, and probable status of wildland fire management and research in the year 2000 and beyond. Papers cover the fire protection needs of the public, management response to these perceived needs, and the research and education required to meet these needs. Also covered in a separate section are the interactions between forest user, manager, and researcher, as well as international issues. Nine papers, developed by the futuring process and presented at the symposium examine key trends, define preferred "visions" of fire management in the year 2000, and describe strategies to achieve these visions. One paper describes how the Incident Command System (ICS), which is popular among fire service agencies, was used to organize and conduct the symposium.
Key Words: artificial intelligence, expert systems, fire effects, fire management, futuring, prescribed burning
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Front Matter and Table of Contents
Front Matter 1.0 MB
Introduction and Acknowledgements
Preface and Acknowledgements 172 KB
Community Fragmentation: Implications for Future Wild Fire Management 209 KB
Lee, Robert G.
The Intrusion of Human Population into Forest and Range Lands of California 174 KB
Bradshaw, Ted D.
Urban-Wildland Fire Defense Strategy, Precision Prescribed Fire: The
Los Angeles County Approach 129 KB
Franklin, Scott E.
What Will the Western Wildlands Be Like in the Year 2000...Future Perfect or Future Imperfect? 161 KB
Rice, Carol L.
Visual Impacts of Prescribed Burning on Mixed Conifer and Giant Sequoia Forests 221 KB
Cotton, Lin; McBride, Joe R.
Local Planning Considerations for the Wildland-Structural Intermix in the Year 2000 184 KB
Irwin, Robert L.
The Wildland/Urban Interface in 2025 164 KB
Tokle, Gary O.
Shared Resources 170 KB
Butts, David B.
Planning the Fire Program for the Third Millennium 149 KB
Chase, Richard A.
Fire Danger Rating: The next 20 Years 160 KB
Deeming, John E.
Managing Research for Success 554 KB
Rothermel, Richard C.
Very Portable Remote Automatic Weather Stations 139 KB
Warren, John R.
The Great Basin: Wildland Fire Management in the Year 2000 135 KB
Webb, James B.
Forest Fire Advanced System Technology (FFAST): A Conceptual Design for Detection and Mapping 173 KB
Nichols, J. David; Warren, John R.
Prescribed Fire Versus Air Quality in 2000 in the Pacific Northwest 183 KB
Sandberg, David V.
Smoke and Air Resource Management-Peering Through the Haze 173 KB
Riebau, A. R. Fox, D. G.
Forecasting, Forecasting 307 KB
Fosberg, Michael A.
Forest Fire Research--Hindsight and Foresight 156 KB
Van Wagner, C. E.
Assessing Subjective Preferences for Future Fire Research 191 KB
Davis, James. B.
The Fire Effects Information System 171 KB
Fischer, William C.
Artificial Intelligence Applications to Fire Management 160 KB
Latham, Don J.
Fire Effects, Education, and Expert Systems 187 KB
Martin, Robert E.
Fire Behavior System for the Full Range of Fire Management Needs 235 KB
Rothermel, Richard C.; Andrews, Patricia L.
International Wildfire Emergencies: Management in the 21st Century 209 KB
Taft, Julia V.; Mutch, Robert W.
Wildfires and Forest Development in Tropical and Subtropical Asia: Outlook for the Year 2000 2.2 MB
Goldammer, Johann G.
Prescribed Fire and Fire Suppression Training in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for the Year 2010 170 KB
Murphy, James L.; Cole, Frank T.
Laser Ignition Device and Its Application to Forestry, Fire and Land Management 417 KB
Waterworth, Michael D.
Wildland Fire Prevention: Today, Intuition--Tomorrow, Management 256 KB
Simard, Albert J.; Donoghue, Linda R.
An International Perspective of Wildland Fire 2000 130 KB
Bjornsen, R. L.
Evaluation of National Fire Management System's Escaped Fire Situation Analysis 143 KB
Dimitrakopoulos, A. P.
Concepts for Future Large Fire Modeling 139 KB
Dimitrakopoulos, A. P.; Martin, R. E.
CFES--California Fire Economics Simulator: A Computerized System for Wildland Fire Protection Planning 176 KB
Fried, Jeremy S.; Gilless, J. Keith; Martin, Robert E.
Videodisc/Microcomputer Technology in Wildland Fire Behavior Training 167 KB
Jenkins, M. J.; Matsumoto-Grah, K.Y.
An Expert System for Designing Fire Prescriptions 133 KB
Foam as a Fire Suppressant: An Evaluation 167 KB
Schlobohm, Paul; Rochna, Ron
The Futuring Process 124 KB
Albright, Delmer L.
Futuring Group Reports
Anticipated Effects of Urbanization on Fire Protection in California's
Wildlands: Report of Futuring Group 2 104 KB
Davis, James B.; Martin, Robert E., technical coordinators 1987. Proceedings of the Symposium on Wildland Fire 2000, April 27-30, 1987, South Lake Tahoe, California Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-101. Berkeley, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station; 258 p.
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