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Photo of In Fiscal Year 2011, an initial series of 10 briefing papers were produced for the four Fire Science Knowledge Exchange Consortia in the Rocky Mountain Research Station territory. Forest Service
ID: 397
Applying and delivering National Fire Plan research

Finding innovative ways to help natural resource managers learn and apply new technology.

Principal Investigator : Hobart T. Mowrer

Wildland Fire and Fuels2011RMRS
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ID: 258
Broadening information available to managers of wildland fires

Researchers in Boise, Idaho, worked with colleagues on both sides of the country to develop a tool that gives wildland fire managers detailed ai ...

Principal Investigator : Jan M. Engert

Wildland Fire and Fuels2010RMRS
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ID: 257
Evolution of accident investigations

Change blindness,' in which people do not notice changes in a situation, is among the human phenomena uncovered after an on-the-job accident kil ...

Principal Investigator : Jan M. Engert

Wildland Fire and Fuels2010RMRS
Photo of A number of factors interact to affect sound decision making in wildland fire management which influence broad program goals and ultimate outcomes. Forest Service
ID: 388
Good decisions for good fire management

The Station's Wildland Fire Management Research, Development and Application program is developing the Wildland Fire Decision Support System (WF ...

Principal Investigator : Tom Zimmerman

Wildland Fire and Fuels2011RMRS
Photo of The Interior West Climate Change Working Group addresses the impacts of changing climates throughout the Interior West and Great Plains. Forest Service
ID: 394
Group Addresses Climate Change Impacts

New Forest Service group addresses the impacts of changing climates across the diverse landscapes of the Intermountain West and Great Plains.

Principal Investigator : Jan M. Engert

Resource Management and Use2011RMRS