May 2014 | Features
Defend or evacuate? I’ll decide later By Guest Writer
Research shows that residents need triggers to take different actions under a variety of conditions.
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May 2014 | Features
Why firefighters should embrace fire ecology By Guest Writer
Without occasional fires throughout past centuries many of the valuable and iconic trees of American forests would have become scarce or absent
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May 2014 | Features
Talk the Walk: Fire Use in Large Fire Management By Guest Writer
Re-articulating fire management as fire use
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May 2014 | Features
To shape a resilient forest, build our forest bioenergy industries By Guest Writer
The full cost of California’s 2013 Rim Fire are arriving and they are staggering if they are to be believed. Federal and…
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July 2013 | Features
When a hurricane becomes a wildfire By Kat Sonia Thomson
When the gales of Hurricane Sandy pushed flames through New York City, an all-risk commander called on his wildfire experience to craft…
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July 2013 | Features
Mapping the burning bush By Ron Steffens
In northern Australia, satellite-based mapping shapes our strategies on-the-ground. By mapping the early burns and fuel breaks, we can manage later burns…
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