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Personal and organizational influences to the use of fire and fuels research by federal agency managers
Wright, Vita. 2008. Personal and organizational influences to the use of fire and fuels research by federal agency managers. In: McCaffrey, S.; Woodward, P.; Robinson, M., compilers. Extended abstracts from the Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, 10/23-25, 2007, Fort Collins, Colorado. International Association of Wildland Fire. 2 p.
The Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) and the National Fire Plan (NFP) spend considerable amounts of money on fire and fuels research. From Fiscal Year 1998-2006, the JFSP spent approximately $145 million, and from Fiscal Year 2001-2005, the NFP spent approximately $104 million on research. For the costs of research to be fully realized, it is critical that science communicators effectively deliver relevant research results and that potential users apply them.
Keywords: technology transfer, science delivery, science application
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Electronic Publish Date: January 14, 2009
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