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Photo of Fire prevention specialist Bob Blasi works to contain a small wildfire on the Tusayan Ranger District, Kaibab National Forest, Arizona.
ID: 1321
Federal land management agencies should expect to spend more on wildfires as global temperatures increase due to climate change

Wildfires are expected to become larger, more frequent, and more intense in the future. Wildfire suppression costs also are expected to rise, ac ...

Principal Investigator : Karen Lee Abt

Inventory and Monitoring
Wildland Fire and Fuels
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ID: 413
Helping federal agencies manage fire budgets

Budgeting for wildfire suppression is increasingly difficult for federal for the Forest Service and Department of the Interior. In the past, fir ...

Principal Investigator : Karen Lee Abt

Resource Management and Use2011SRS
Photo of Wildfire Education Fun Day at the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, Oglala Sioux Tribe, South Dakota. United States Bureau of Indian Affairs.
ID: 920
Interagency Research Collaboration FInds That Tribal Fire Prevention Has Large Benefits

Humans cause more than 55 percent of wildfires on lands managed by the Forest Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior, contributing to ...

Principal Investigator : Karen Lee Abt

Wildland Fire and Fuels2015SRS
Photo of The Enviva Corporation wood pellet mill, Northampton, NC. The South is now the largest wood pellet producing region in the U.S., and this industry is forecast to continue to expand over the next few years. Nearly all (99 percent) of these pellets are being exported to the European Union to burn for electricity.  USDA Forest Service
ID: 925
Renewable Energy Policies in the European Union Influencing Timber Markets and Forests in the Southern U.S.

Forest Service scientists Karen Abt and Ken Skog, with their university collaborators, evaluated the status and outlook of the export of wood pe ...

Principal Investigator : Karen Lee Abt

Resource Management and Use2015SRS