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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|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 ...
|Inventory and Monitoring|
Wildland Fire and Fuels
|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 ...
|Resource Management and Use||2011||SRS|
|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 ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2015||SRS|
|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 ...
|Resource Management and Use||2015||SRS|