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Project ID: 98-1-5-01

Year: 1998

Date Started: 09/28/1998

Date Completed: 09/18/2004

Title: Fire Regimes and Fuel Treatments: A Synthesis with Manager Feedback

Project Proposal Abstract: Objectives 1) To synthesize, in one document, existing information on historic fire regimes in the US; 2) To document fuel profile changes in these regimes to the extent possible, including a discussion of impacts on ecosystem function and consequent fire behavior; 3) To identify knowledge gaps in our understanding of wildland fuels; 4) To synthesize available information on wildiand fuel profiles in the US, including ecological and physical responses of different ecosytems to various fuel treatments; 5) To develop educational materials and information dissemination plans that can be used in inter-agency training sessions or workshops dealing with the evaluation of alternative fuel treatments across fire regimes and fuel types.

Principal Investigator: Philip N. Omi

Agency/Organization: Omi Associates

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Branch or Dept

Co-Principal Investigator

Erik J. Martinson

MarLynn Ecological Consulting

Collaborator/Contributor

Linda A. Joyce

Forest Service

RMRS-Forestry Sciences Lab-Fort Collins

Federal Cooperator

Stephen Botti

NPS-National Park Service

NIFC-National Interagency Fire Center

Federal Fiscal Representative

Carmen N. Morales

Colorado State University

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Project Deliverables

Final Report view or print

("Results presented in JFSP Final Reports may not have been peer-reviewed and should be interpreted as tentative until published in a peer-reviewed source.")

  ID Type Title
    3221 Journal Article Relating Pre-Settlement Fire Regimes to 20th Century Fire Potential May Augment Ecological Justification for Fuel Treatment Programs
    3188 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire Regimes and Fuel Treatments
    3189 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire Regimes and Fuel Treatments
    3190 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Pre-Settlement Fire Regimes of North America: A Geographic Model Based on Quantitative Research Synthesis
    2349 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Relating Historic Fire Regimes to 20th Century Fire Potential may Augment Ecological Justifications for Expanded Fuel Treatment Programs
    2350 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire Regimes and Fuel Treatments
    2351 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire, Fuel Treatments, and Ecological Restoration: Proper Place, Appropriate Time
    2352 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Drought, Fire, and Fuel Treatments in the Western US
    2650 Invited Paper/Presentation Performance of Fuel Treatments Subjected to Wildfires
    2651 Invited Paper/Presentation Reflections on Tall Timbers
    2652 Invited Paper/Presentation Explaining Broad-Scale Fire Patterns in the Western and Southern US
    5913 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Performance of Fuel Treatments Subjected to Wildfires

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