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Project ID: 06-S-01

Year: 2006

Date Started: 11/29/2005

Date Completed: 05/10/2006

Title: The Use of Fire as a Tool for Managing Invasive Weeds

Project Proposal Abstract: Cal-IPC organized a 2-day workshop attended by twenty western states land managers and researchers who are experts on the use of fire to control invasive weeds. The proceedings have been compiled into a report that captures the current state of knowledge on this topic. This material will be valuable to other land managers and researchers working to control invasive weeds. The current funding proposal will enable us to publish and distribute a professionally-designed report.

Principal Investigator: Doug Johnson

Agency/Organization: California

Branch or Dept: Invasive Plant Council


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Federal Cooperator

Matthew L. Brooks

USGS-Geological Survey

WERC-Yosemite Field Station


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Project Deliverables

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("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
    1164 Government Publication Using Fire for Invasive Plant Control in Wildlands
    2657 Journal Article Control of Invasive Weeds with Prescribed Burning
    2814 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Knowledge Synthesis of the Role of Fire as a Management Tool to Contain Invasive Plants
    2815 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Database Summarizing the Benefits and Risks of Using Prescribed Burns to Contain Invasive Plant Species
    2816 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire and Invasive Plants, a General Overview
    2817 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Risks and Challenges of Prescribed Burning
    2818 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Control of Invasive Plants Using Prescribed Burning
    2819 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Impact of Prescribed Burning on Plant Communities
    2820 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Effects of Fire on Invasive Plant Potential
    2821 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Information Gaps: Where Do We Need to Go From Here?
    7137 Computer Model/Software/Algorithm Using Fire to Manage Invasive Non-Native Plants
    7138 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Impacts of Prescribed Burning on Soil Characteristics and Other Organisms

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