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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Adapting to Wildfire: Rebuilding After Home Loss|
Wildfire management now emphasizes fire-adapted communities that coexist with wildfires, although it is unclear how communities will progress to ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2015||RMRS|
|Changing Patterns of Wildlife Hunting and Viewing|
These findings help resource specialists explore the potential impacts of declining hunting participation, identify regions and activities that ...
|Wildlife and Fish||2013||RMRS|
|Leading by example: Federal agencies use Forest Service Data on Wildland-Urban Interface to reduce fire risk|
The U.S. Forest Service’s high-resolution mapping of wildland-urban interface (WUI) areas across the United States is being widely used throug ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2016||NRS|
|Rapid Wildland-Urban Interface Growth Increases Wildfire Challenges|
The wildland-urban interface (WUI), where homes meet or intermingle with undeveloped forests and grasslands, is a critical area for wildfire and ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels|
Water, Air, and Soil
Inventory and Monitoring
Resource Management and Use
|Rebuilding After Wildfire: New Development Outpaces Rebuilds|
When wildland fires destroy buildings, do people rebuild? This study shows that the number of buildings inside the perimeter five years after th ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2016||RMRS|