Wolf, Jerry ; McLean, Andrew D. 2009. T&D News: Number 1, 2009. 0971 2822. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Missoula Technology and Development Center. 20 p.
This issue of T&D News describes projects that are underway and finished products that are available at the Forest Service's Missoula and San Dimas Technology and Development Centers. Topics in this issue include:
- Guides for Forest Service Volunteers and Volunteer Coordinators
- Outer Garments That Keep You Safe
- Testing Firefighter Undergarments
- Vehicle Washing Systems That Prevent the Spread of Seeds and Spores
- Hydration Systems for Wildland Firefighters
- Wildland Firefighter Health and Safety Report
- Selecting a Slash Mat Removal Solution
- Reducing Fuels in Sensitive Environments
- Testing the Combustibility Potential of Diesel Particulate Filters
- Situational Awareness Fire Posters
- Rappel Tower Designs for the Forest Service
- How Much Does That Facility Really Cost?
- Taking the Lead on LEED
- Checking for Lead-Based Paint Before Restoration
- What's the Quality of Your Forest's Water?
- Improved Harness for Backpack Sprayers
- Satellite Messenger Hits the SPOT
- Accessories for the Field
- Helicopter Accessory Tips
- Three DVDs Help Keep Field Employees Safe
- Getting to Know Your T&D Program
- Dave Aicher Hangs Up His Spurs
- The Wildland Fire Safety Award
- Engineer of the Year Awards
- New Faces at MTDC and SDTDC
Keywords: Air Resource Management Program, ANSI/ISEA 107-2004, awards, biofuels, burnovers, canteens, cargo nets, collecting, community service, data communications, diesel particulate filters, equipment development, erosion control, fees, fire fighting, firefighting, fuel reduction, hand tools, herbicides, LEED, life-cycle assessments, personal safety, portable tanks, rappelling, remote work locations, retrofits, safety in the workplace, satellites, trimmers, undershirts, underwear, Volunteers in the National Forests Act of 1972, wastewater, water bottles, work capacity, x-ray fluoresence
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