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Photo of The degrees of risk for non-wilderness National Forest System parts of 3,700 watersheds (1=low risk; 5= high risk). Forest Service
ID: 402
A close comparison of the condition of watersheds on our National Forests

Given the continuing concern over nonpoint-source pollution, researchers sought to understand how the risk of water quality impairment from nonp ...

Principal Investigator : Thomas C. Brown

Water, Air, and Soil2011RMRS
Photo of Forest understory on a severely burned ridgetop one month after the 2002 Hayman Fire and 10 years later. Paula Fornwalt and Merril Kaufmann, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 960
A Decade after the 2002 Hayman Fire, Understory Plant Communities are Diverse and Productive

In 2002, Colorado’s Hayman Fire burned research plots used to sample understory plant communities, providing an opportunity to address these c ...

Principal Investigator : Paula J. Fornwalt

Resource Management and Use
Wildland Fire and Fuels
2016RMRS
Photo of Healthy Rocky Mountain bristlecone pine stand in Colorado threatened by white pine blister rust and mountain pine beetle. Forest Service
ID: 121
A Proactive Strategy To Control Invasive Species in Mountaintop Ecosystems

High-elevation pine forests, under the threat of multiple stressors, serve as an excellent flagship to lead the shift away from crisis managemen ...

Principal Investigator : Anna W. Schoettle

Invasive Species
Resource Management and Use
2012RMRS
Photo of Thicket of trees in a ponderosa pine forest located on the Long Valley Experimental Forest depicts unhealthy forest conditions. USDA Forest Service
ID: 828
A Science-Based Framework for Restoring Resiliency to Frequent-Fire Forests

Today’s Western ponderosa pine and dry mixed-conifer forests historically experienced frequent low-severity surface fires andhave undergone ch ...

Principal Investigator : Richard T. Reynolds

Resource Management and Use
Wildlife and Fish
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildland Fire and Fuels
Invasive Species
2015RMRS
Photo of Tropical forest clearing and rates of forest regrowth can be monitored with multispectral satellite imagery for forest carbon accounting for programs such as the United Nations REDD+ program.  U.S. Geological Survey, the Brazilian Institute for Space Research, and NASA.
ID: 781
A Synthesis of How Multispectral Satellite Imagery Can Support Inventories of Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Tropical Forest Clearing and Regrowth

Human clearing, logging, and burning of tropical forests accounts for at least 19 percent of annual human-caused emissions of carbon dioxide to ...

Principal Investigator : Eileen H. Helmer

Inventory and Monitoring2015IITF
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
Photo of Key components of risk assessment are exposure analysis and effects analysis. This framework systematically portrays how fire likelihood and intensity influence risk to social, economic and ecological resources. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1027
Assessing Wildfire Risk to Communities and to Natural and Cultural Resources

New wildfire risk assessment methods form the scientific basis for the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy, an effort of federal ...

Principal Investigator : Matthew P. Thompson

Wildland Fire and Fuels2016RMRS
Photo of False color composite of the four representative Landsat MSS images – the older images that go back to the 1970s, in Puerto Rico, and their cloud and shadow masks by the new method, ATSA2 (gray: clear pixels; black: shadows; white: clouds, DOY = Day of Year)
ID: 1474
Automated monitoring of tropical deforestation made easier

New algorithm permits automated tropical forest monitoring back to the 1970s and allows more frequent observations since the year 2015

Principal Investigator : Eileen H. Helmer

Inventory and Monitoring
Outdoor Recreation
2018IITF
Photo of Location of 1,225 Breeding Bird Surveys within and outside protected areas across six broad geographic regions of the U.S. Numbers indicate Bird Conservation Regions defined at http://www.nabci-us.org/map.html.
ID: 962
Bird Biodiversity in the Wildland Urban Interface

This project used readily available data on protected area locations, housing density, and bird communities in six large regional study areas to ...

Principal Investigator : Curtis H. Flather

Wildlife and Fish2016RMRS
Photo of
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
Photo of Desired forest condition for ponderosa pine forests in the Colorado Front Range.
ID: 1435
Building resilience in Colorado Front Range forests

In the mid-1800s, Colorado’s Front Range forests were more open and two to three times less dense than they are today. Today, these forests ha ...

Principal Investigator : Mike A. Battaglia

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
2018RMRS
Photo of Recent studies measured the distribution of carbon in pools in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado. USDA Forest Service
ID: 543
Carbon Storage in Mountain Rivers Studied

Findings show that low-gradient, broad valley bottoms with old-growth forest or active beaver colonies store the majority of above- and below-gr ...

Principal Investigator : Kathleen A. Dwire

Water, Air, and Soil2013RMRS
Photo of Before completing meander studies of floristic diversity in the water, volunteers and staff plant monitors take a break in the South Patrol Road Prairie at Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie in Wilmington, Ill. (Left to Right) Emilie Pfeiffer (USFS), Don Nelson, Chris Nelson, Len LeClaire, Espie Nelson, Michelle Pearion (USFS), Daniella DeRose (Chicago Botanic Garden), Mike Rzepka, Grace Wu (USFS).
ID: 1394
Choices in the face of uncertainty: Study points to thresholds and framing as major influencing factors

This research, published in the journal Climatic Change, highlights human incentives for positive change in uncertain situations. The research s ...

Principal Investigator : Thomas C. Brown

Water, Air, and Soil
Resource Management and Use
2017RMRS
Photo of
ID: 236
Climate Change Effects on Stream Temperature

A new temperature model developed via collaboration between researchers at the Rocky Mountain Research Station's Aquatic Sciences Laboratory in ...

Principal Investigator : Frank H. McCormick

Water, Air, and Soil2010RMRS
Photo of Fall colors and reflection on a pond in Lamoille Canyon, Ruby Mountains District, Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, Nevada
ID: 1422
Climate change vulnerability in the northern and central Rocky Mountains: Issues relevant to resource management

In the face of climate change, vulnerability assessments are important tools to support climate change adaptation planning and Forest Plan Revis ...

Principal Investigator : Linda A. Joyce

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildland Fire and Fuels
Wildlife and Fish
Inventory and Monitoring
2018RMRS
Photo of High-elevation bristlecone pines exhibiting characteristic partial cambial dieback and gnarled physiognomy at Bristlecone Park, Colorado (3676 m elevation).
ID: 1357
Conservation of bristlecone pine: proactive management today and resources for tomorrow

Rocky Mountain bristlecone pines are long-lived, exhibit delayed maturation, have low genetic diversity, and inhabit cold, high-elevation enviro ...

Principal Investigator : Anna W. Schoettle

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
2017RMRS
Photo of Skidder and delimber operating on a fuel management research project in the Priest River Experimental Forest in Idaho. Forest Service
ID: 274
Determining the cost of biomass removal

The Western Biomass Tool estimates the costs of harvesting, chipping and transporting biomass. The Western Biomass Tool can also be used to calc ...

Principal Investigator : Frank H. McCormick

Resource Management and Use2010RMRS
Photo of (Left) Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program treatment implementation on the Pike National Forest. (Right) A study plot at Boulder County’s Heil Ranch, before (top) and after (bottom) treatment implementation.
ID: 1421
Ecological impacts of collaborative forest restoration treatments

Restoration treatments are being implemented at an increasing rate in ponderosa pine and other dry conifer forests across the western United Sta ...

Principal Investigator : Paula J. Fornwalt

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Inventory and Monitoring
Invasive Species
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildlife and Fish
Outdoor Recreation
Resource Management and Use
2018RMRS
Photo of An experiment to quantify the error in sonic anemometer wind sensors conducted by Forest Service scientists at the Glacier Lakes Ecosystem Experiments Site. Morgan Heim, University of Wyoming.
ID: 1090
Ecosystem Fluxes are Underestimated Due to Measurement Tool Errors

The eddy covariance technique is used worldwide to measure the exchange of energy and mass between ecosystems and the atmosphere. Ecosystem flux ...

Principal Investigator : William J. Massman Jr

Water, Air, and Soil2016RMRS
Photo of A forested watershed in Wyoming.
ID: 1352
Effect of forest cover on water treatment costs

Intact forests preserve water quality in our lakes and streams, providing cost savings for municipal water providers. American water utilities s ...

Principal Investigator : Travis Warziniack

Resource Management and Use
Wildlife and Fish
Water, Air, and Soil
2017RMRS
Photo of
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 Map showing the drylands of North America. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 984
First Global Assessment of Drylands

Drylands, characterized by scarcity of water, globally support about two billion people. While most of these people live in developing nations, ...

Principal Investigator : Paul L. Patterson

Inventory and Monitoring
Water, Air, and Soil
2016RMRS
Photo of Researcher conducts research in a snow pit, measuring the depth of the snow and evaluating snow crystals to understand their stability and amount of water held in them.
ID: 1330
Forest Service partners with NASA to better understand snow in forested areas

More than one-sixth of the world’s population rely on seasonal snow for water. In the western U.S., nearly three-quarters of the annual stream ...

Principal Investigator : Kelly J. Elder

Wildlife and Fish2017RMRS
Photo of Map of the water supply of the U.S. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1002
Forest Service Scientists Estimate Annual Water Supply of the Contiguous U.S.

Forest Service scientists estimated water supply across the contiguous 48 states for the period 1981-2010. Political, administrative, and land c ...

Principal Investigator : Thomas C. Brown

Water, Air, and Soil2016RMRS
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
Photo of Desired ponderosa pine forest stand structure.
ID: 1391
How does forest structure impact fire behavior in ponderosa pine and dry mixed conifer forests?

Restoration in historically frequent fire forests of the western U.S. often attempts to restore the historical characteristics of forest structu ...

Principal Investigator : Mike A. Battaglia

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Inventory and Monitoring
2017RMRS
Photo of Idaho home with defensible space fostered by an incentive program. Sarah McCaffrey, USDA Forest Service
ID: 651
Identifying Policy Tools That Encourage Community-Level Defensible Space in Six U.S. Communities

A Forest Service scientist and partners assessed outreach programs in six different communities and identified outreach tools that were effectiv ...

Principal Investigator : Sarah M. McCaffrey

Wildlife and Fish2014NRS
Photo of Biomass receiving gate for a Burlington Electric power station. Dennis Becker, University of Minnesota
ID: 327
Impediments to Woody Biomass Utilization on Federal Lands

Efforts to increase woody biomass utilization have met with limited succes

Principal Investigator : Sarah M. McCaffrey

Wildland Fire and Fuels2011NRS
Photo of Research sites and NCDC weather stations (i.e. Everglades (EVG), Royal Palms Ranger Station (RPR), Flamingo (FLG), and Tavernier (TAV)) in Everglades National Park. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1183
Implications of Cold Weather Events for Carbon Dioxide Dynamics in Subtropical Coastal Ecosystems

Low-temperature events (i.e. minimum daily temperatures of less than 5 degrees Celsius or 41 degrees Fahrenheit) in subtropical coastal regions ...

Principal Investigator : Sparkle L. Malone

Water, Air, and Soil2016RMRS
Photo of Shultz Fire Information Provision. Sarah McCaffrey, USDA Forest Service
ID: 502
Improving Knowledge of Public Information Needs During a Wildfire

Although fire managers actively work to provide information to the public during wildfires, little research has been conducted to understand whe ...

Principal Investigator : Sarah M. McCaffrey

Wildland Fire and Fuels2013NRS
Photo of Bole charring caused by a wildfire in a ponderosa pine forest. The extent of bole scorch is related to the probability of infestation by pine engraver beetles. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1105
Insects Associated with Fire-injured Ponderosa Pine

Forest Service scientists examined various aspects of the interaction between fire injury and subsequent insect infestations. Different types of ...

Principal Investigator : Jose Negron

Invasive Species
Wildland Fire and Fuels
Resource Management and Use
2016RMRS
Photo of Damage from the 2012 Waldo Canyon Fire in a wildland-urban interface near Colorado Springs, Colorado. Kari Greer, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service
ID: 1052
Making Communities Fire Resilient

Social scientists identified characteristics of wildland-urban interface communities that influence their wildfire preparedness and planning pro ...

Principal Investigator : Daniel R. Williams

Wildland Fire and Fuels2016RMRS
Photo of Rangelands occupy 25 percent of America's landscape.
ID: 1389
Managing climate change risks in rangeland ecosystems

Rangelands are ecologically diverse ecosystems in the drier parts of the United States, occupying around 25 percent of the United States land ar ...

Principal Investigator : Linda A. Joyce

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
2017RMRS
Photo of Forest disturbance type, age and vertical structure were mapped for the first time with widely available satellite imagery, substituting an image time series for vertical forest canopy space. Forest Service
ID: 194
Mapping avian habitat characteristics using cloud-cleared satellite image mosaics

Forest age, vertical structure, disturbance For studies of wintering habitat for the endangered Kirtland's Warbler, scientists from the Forest S ...

Principal Investigator : Eileen H. Helmer

Inventory and Monitoring
Wildlife and Fish
2010IITF
Photo of Map of the mean annual water supply for the contiguous 48 United States. USDA Forest Service
ID: 777
Mean Annual Water Supply for the Contiguous U.S. Updated

This study estimated water supply across the contiguous 48 states for the period 1981-2010. Political, administrative, and land cover boundaries ...

Principal Investigator : Thomas C. Brown

Water, Air, and Soil2015RMRS
Photo of Prescribed, low-severity surface fire carried by needles, cones, dried grass, and forbs. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1042
Modeling Soil Heat, Moisture, and Evaporation Dynamics During Fires

With the increasing use of prescribed fire by land managers and increasing likelihood of wildfires due to climate change there comes the need to ...

Principal Investigator : William J. Massman Jr

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildland Fire and Fuels
2016RMRS
Photo of Pine bark (center) and other beetles found in a dead Ponderosa pine in the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service (FS) Sequoia National Forest are displayed on the inner side of a piece of outer bark that Entomologist Beverly Bulaon removed in search for pine bark beetles burrowed in dead conifers, near Posey, CA, on August 24, 2016.
ID: 1396
New forest health monitoring methods tested and found effective

Disturbance processes such as insect outbreaks are natural disturbance agents in forests. The frequency and intensity of disturbances is expect ...

Principal Investigator : Jose Negron

Outdoor Recreation
Inventory and Monitoring
2017RMRS
Photo of Thicket of trees in a ponderosa pine forest located on the Long Valley Experimental Forest depicts unhealthy forest conditions. Richard T. Reynolds, USDA Forest Service.
ID: 698
New Framework Guides Land Managers in Restoring Forests to Historic Conditions

Forest Service and university scientists and managers synthesized 100 years of published forestry science to help forest managers better underst ...

Principal Investigator : Richard T. Reynolds

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Resource Management and Use
Outdoor Recreation
Water, Air, and Soil
Wildlife and Fish
2014RMRS
Photo of IITF scientists and collaborators mapped 40 forest types plus urban and agricultural areas for Trinidad and Tobago in the first country-wide map of tropical forest tree communities and land cover.  Eileen H. Helmer, Forest Service
ID: 21
New Study Leads the Way to Detailed Mapping of Tropical Rain Forest Types

Tropical tree communities mapped for Trinidad and Tobago with satellite imagery

Principal Investigator : Eileen H. Helmer

Wildlife and Fish
Inventory and Monitoring
2012IITF
Photo of
ID: 245
New Toolkit Automates the Interpretation of Digital Channel Maps

Rocky Mountain Research Station scientists are developing a computer application called the River Bathymetry Toolkit (RBT) that automatically ex ...

Principal Investigator : Frank H. McCormick

Water, Air, and Soil2010RMRS
Photo of Soil sample. Thomas J. Brandein, Forest Service
ID: 593
Nitrogen and Phosphorus Content in Forest Floor Litter is Elevated in a Tropical Landscape Recovering from Deforestation

Fallen leaf chemistry provides a window into the various and often complex factors affecting the availability of nutrients to trees. Both nitrog ...

Principal Investigator : Eileen H. Helmer

Inventory and Monitoring2014IITF
Photo of Northern goshawk. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1140
Northern Goshawks on the Kaibab Plateau: A 20-year Investigation Into Factors Affecting Their Demography

The northern goshawk is designated as a “sensitive species” in all Forest Service regions. This designation is a consequence of a contention ...

Principal Investigator : Richard T. Reynolds

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Wildlife and Fish
2016RMRS
Photo of Portable ozone monitor at Trout Creek Pass, Colorado.  Forest Service
ID: 124
Ozone Air Pollution Threatens Remote National Forest Mountain Areas

Scientists are using a portable battery-powered monitor to evaluate O3 at several high-elevation, remote locations in the Rocky Mountain West

Principal Investigator : Robert (Bob) C. Musselman

Water, Air, and Soil2012RMRS
Photo of A post-fire ponderosa pine seedling stands alone in a severely burned portion of the 2002 Hayman Fire, Colorado. Paula Fornwalt, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 975
Post-fire Conifer Regeneration in Severely Burned Southern Rocky Mountain Ponderosa Pine Forests

Wildfire is an important disturbance in ponderosa pine forests of the southern Rocky Mountains. Forest Service research results from the Colorad ...

Principal Investigator : Paula J. Fornwalt

Wildland Fire and Fuels2016RMRS
Photo of A sporulating white pine blister rust canker from a recent infection on a branch of a susceptible limber pine. Anna Schoettle, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1137
Potential for Maladaptation During Active Management of Limber Pine

Active management is needed to sustain healthy limber pine (Pinus flexilis) forests in the southern Rocky Mountains as they are threatened by th ...

Principal Investigator : Anna W. Schoettle

Invasive Species
Resource Management and Use
2016RMRS
Photo of The beetle-killed to biochar process. Forest Service
ID: 385
Producing biochar from forest biomass

All that dead wood in our forests can be used to make charcoal, synthetic gas, and even fuel for our vehicles.

Principal Investigator : Dan W. McCollum

Resource Management and Use2011RMRS
Photo of Trees burned along a hillside at the edge of the 2011 Wallow Fire. Sarah McCaffrey, USDA Forest Service.
ID: 863
Psychological Impacts of Experiencing a Wildfire

New research by Forest Service scientists is examining how wildfire impacts to the landscape affect the post-fire psychological health of people ...

Principal Investigator : Sarah M. McCaffrey

Resource Management and Use
Wildland Fire and Fuels
2015NRS
Photo of Incorporating information on wildfire likelihood, wildfire intensity, and resource/asset susceptibility to wildfire is critical for assessing risk. USDA Forest Service
ID: 555
Report Offers Framework for Wildfire Risk Assessment and Decision Support

Scientists crafted a framework for wildfire risk assessment and applied the framework to support fire-management decision making processes on mu ...

Principal Investigator : Matthew P. Thompson

Wildland Fire and Fuels2013RMRS
Photo of Planting limber pine seedlings near objects, such as this rock, increases successful seedling establishment and survival. Anna Schoettle, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1026
Restoration Planting Options for Limber Pine in the Southern Rocky Mountains

Successful restoration planting of limber pine (Pinus flexilis) is essential to sustain healthy populations in the wake of native insect outbrea ...

Principal Investigator : Anna W. Schoettle

Invasive Species
Resource Management and Use
2016RMRS
Photo of A spatial, quantitative wildfire risk assessment framework based on characterizing exposure of highly valued resources and assets to risk factors, as well as their response to varying levels of exposure. Forest Service
ID: 127
Risk Analysis Prioritizes Investments in Hazardous Fuels Reduction

Scientists mitigate the adverse impacts of wildland fires

Principal Investigator : Matthew P. Thompson

Outdoor Recreation
Wildland Fire and Fuels
2012RMRS
Photo of A recently implemented science-based ponderosa pine restoration treatment site on the Pike National Forest near Manitou Experimental Forest. Michael Battaglia, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service
ID: 940
Science-based Ponderosa Pine Forest Restoration on the Colorado Front Range

A large number of forested acres are scheduled for treatment over the next decade in an effort to restore historical forest structure and functi ...

Principal Investigator : Mike A. Battaglia

Resource Management and Use2016RMRS
Photo of Damage from the Waldo Canyon Fire in a wildland-urban interface near Colorado Springs, CO.
ID: 1513
Stay or leave? How homeowners consider their options during wildfires.

Wildfires are intensifying due to climate change, and more people are living in regions prone to fire. Understanding how individuals threatened ...

Principal Investigator : Sarah M. McCaffrey

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Inventory and Monitoring
2018RMRS
Photo of Biocontrol method uses mites to manage mountain pine beetles. USDA Forest Service
ID: 696
Synthesis Paper on the Mountain Pine Beetle Biology and Management Now Available

A series of 10 papers prepared by experts on mountain pine present a synthesis of the state of the knowledge on selected aspects on the beetle b ...

Principal Investigator : Jose Negron

Resource Management and Use2014RMRS
Photo of A group of Arachnocoris feeding on spider trapped prey. Javier Mercado, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1024
Two New Species of Spider Mimicking Kleptoparasitic Bugs from the West Indies

Two new species of bugs have been discovered in Puerto Rico and Hispaniola. The Puerto Rican nabid is incredibly unique in its ability to mimick ...

Principal Investigator : Javier E. Mercado

Inventory and Monitoring2016RMRS
Photo of Leptographium longiclavatum newly recorded blue-stain fungus vectored by mountain pine beetles and mites in northern Colorado. Javier Mercado, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1054
Understanding Phoretic Biota of the Mountain Pine Beetle in Northern Colorado

There is minimal knowledge of phoretic processes (where one species transports another) of mountain pine beetle in Colorado. Mountain pine beetl ...

Principal Investigator : Javier E. Mercado

Resource Management and Use
Inventory and Monitoring
2016RMRS
Photo of Hayman Fire regeneration time-lapse sequence.
ID: 1405
Was the 2002 Hayman Fire, Colorado, an uncharacteristically severe event?

In 2002, the Hayman Fire burned across the unlogged Cheesman Lake landscape, a 3,400 hectare dry-conifer forest landscape in Colorado that had b ...

Principal Investigator : Paula J. Fornwalt

Inventory and Monitoring
Wildland Fire and Fuels
2017RMRS
Photo of Defensible Space in Idaho. Sarah McCaffrey, Forest Service
ID: 331
What Motivates Homeowners To Mitigate Fire Risk

In working to foster fire-adapted communities, individuals and organization need to understand the dynamics of public support for fuels manageme ...

Principal Investigator : Sarah M. McCaffrey

Wildland Fire and Fuels2011NRS