1 edition of Economic data for wildland planning and management in the western United States found in the catalog.
Economic data for wildland planning and management in the western United States
1980 by Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English
|Statement||Eric Eisenmann ... [et al.]|
|Series||General technical report PSW -- 42|
|Contributions||Eisenman, Eric, United States. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Berkeley, Calif.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||125|
Coyotes (Canis latrans) can pose serious economic threats to sheep producers throughout the western United States. At the same time, important segments of the public prefer environmentally benign means to resolve conflicts with wild species. We evaluated the effectiveness of guard Ilamas to reduce canine predation on domestic sheep by placing 20 Ilamas with Utah sheep producers and comparing Cited by: Tabular Digital Data onLine ground condition PRIITF Interagency wildfire occurrence data from Puerto Rico, compiled by the IITF. The IITF received fire-episodes data from the Puerto Rico Fire Department (Cuerpo de Bomberos de Puerto Rico) in and in Many parts of the western United States also have naturally occurring coal seams that can also produce potentially toxic gases as well. Fire personnel can be exposed to hydrogen sulfide gas (H²S) which is commonly expelled during oil and gas extraction operations and some coal seam seeps. Current Titles in Wildland Fire, June, 5 Title: Climate and Wildfire in Mountains of the Western United States Source: AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, Year: Keywords: climate Abstract: Since the mids, there has been a dramatic increase in the area burned in wildfires in mountain forests of the western United States, with mean annual area burned.
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United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station General Technical Report PSW Economic Data for Wildland Planning and Management in the Western United States: A Source Guide Eric Eisenman Author: Eric Eisenman, Lee C.
Wensel, Edward C. Thor, Thomas W. Stuart. This guide identifies and describes sources of economic data useful to wildland managers and planners in the Western United States.
The data are categorized by six types of management activities: outdoor recreation and wilderness; wildlife and fish; range; timber; land and water; and minerals and : E. Eisenman, L. Wensel, E. Thor, T. Stuart. Economic data for wildland planning and management in the western United States: a source guide.
Identifies and describes sources of economic data useful for public land planners and managers. Full text of "Economic_data_for_wildland_planning_and_management_in_the_western_united_states" See.
Wildland fire deficit and surplus in the western United States, – SEAN A. PARKS, 1, CAROL MILLER,1 MARC-ANDRE´ PARISIEN,2 LISA M. HOLSINGER,1 SOLOMON Z. DOBROWSKI, 3 AND JOHN ABATZOGLOU 4 1Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USDA Forest Service, Missoula, Montana USA 2Northern Forestry Centre, Canadian Cited by: Science, technology, and policy support management activities to protect life, property, Economic data for wildland planning and management in the western United States book, and resources from the adverse effects of wildland fire, to protect the range of other values at Economic data for wildland planning and management in the western United States book, and to enhance the positive role fire plays in resource management.
Economic analysis can benefit all fire-related programs and activities, and ignoring economic analysis in the wildland fire decision-making process, whether on a strategic or tactical level, can lead to wasted resources, poor outcomes, and higher-than-warranted by: The Wildfire Risk Report found that overhomes are at extreme risk of wildfire damage in the western United States.
Free mapping data can assist in planning for evacuations. Posted: Aug. 29, Free data for small towns looking to develop disaster evacuation plans or improve infrastructure.
In general, fuel treatments are designed to alter fuel conditions so that wildfire is less difficult, disruptive, and destructive. However, implicitly and explicitly, managers, the public, special interest groups and policy makers often assume different specific objectives for fuel by: Water Use Management, and Planning in the United States is designed with new college classes on water resources in mind.
It provides information on hydrology, biology, geology, economics, and geography along with historical water policies and regional regulations.
In the United States, increased wildland fire activity over the last 15 years has resulted in drastic damage and loss of life. An associated rapid increase in fire management costs has consumed higher portions of budgets of public entities involved in wildfire management, challenging their ability to fulfill other responsibilities.
In the western United States and elsewhere, the Economic data for wildland planning and management in the western United States book to change society’s relationship with wildfire is well-recognized. Suppressing fewer fires in fire-prone systems is promoted to escape. Wildﬁre Management in the United States: The Evolution of a Policy Failure George Busenberg University of Colorado at Denver Abstract Wildland ﬁres constitute a major crisis in American environmental policy, a crisis created by a long-standing policy failure.
This article explores the political processes that generated and reinforced this. The data generated by Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity (MTBS) will be used to identify national trends in burn severity, providing information necessary to monitor the effectiveness of the National Fire Plan and Healthy Forests Restoration Act.
MTBS is sponsored by the Wildland Fire Leadership Council (WFLC), a multi-agency oversight group responsible for implementing and coordinating the National Fire Plan and Federal Wildland Fire Management. In the United States, wildland fire management and air quality policies have evolved independently, yet interact to meet diverse public needs.
Australian policy development is more recent and. a tribe located in the western United States went through a comprehensive planning process and set longrange goals that included infrastructure and - development options for the tribe’s natural, economic and human Size: KB.
The BLM, a leader in the nation’s management of wildland fire, carries out a broad range of actions to protect the public, natural landscapes, wildlife habitat, recreational areas, and other values and resources.
The agency’s national Fire and Aviation Program, which focuses on public safety as its top priority, consists of fire suppression, preparedness, predictive services. The California legislature is considering a range of policies to improve wildfire risk management in the state. While the current fires were not started by an electric utility, one aspect under consideration is how the costs of utility-started wildfires are distributed.
This Issue Brief takes up this topic. Between andwildland fires in Oregon and Wash-ington destroyed structures. The wildland fire problems in the western United States make studying housing growth in this region’s WUI particularly important.
In addition, the ecosys-tems present in these three states. CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Recent advances in fire behavior are conforming strategies for forest management in nonindustrial private and public forests in the western United States.
The strategy developed should include identifying the most cost-effective ways for allocating fire management budgets. In recent decades, the western United States has experienced a dramatic expansion of housing in areas that abut or intermix with wildland vegetation (i.e., the wildland–urban interface, WUI) (1, 2), along with a substantial increase in area burned by wildfire.
In recent decades, the western United States has experienced a dramatic expansion of housing in areas that abut or intermix with wildland vegetation (i.e., the wildland–urban interface, WUI) (1, 2), along with a substantial increase in area burned by wildfire (3).Cited by: The Fire Plan is a cooperative effort between the State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection and the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.
It sets the goals of identifying and evaluating wildland fire hazards and recognizing life, property and natural resource assets at Size: 6MB. U.S. Wildfire Cost-Plus-Loss Economics Project. REFERENCE LIBRARY. NOTE: Citations appearing in brackets and bold print before each reference (e.g., [Dale_]), represent the HTML "Anchor" name for that of our references are available in PDF format, and are linked directly to each citation.
Wildland fire is an important disturbance agent in the western US and globally. However, the natural role of fire has been disrupted in many regions due to the influence of human activities, which have the potential to either exclude or promote fire, resulting in a “fire deficit” or “fire surplus”, by: By some estimates, private land accounts for 52 million acres of forests considered to be at highest fire risk across the Western states (American Forest Foundation, ) and most land in and around western communities is private, limiting federal agency ability to treat near homes (Schoennagel et.
The National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy looks at the impact of wildland fire on communities, counties, states, and tribes, and what can be done to reduce the negative impacts of In the Western United States, a century of widespread fire exclusion and the more recent severe air quality, and economic opportunities when.
Baseline Wildland Fires and Emissions for. the Western United States. By Todd J. Hawbaker and Zhiliang Zhu. Chapter 3 of. Baseline and Projected Future Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas. Fluxes in Ecosystems of the Western United States. Edited by Zhiliang Zhu and Bradley C.
Reed. Professional Paper U.S. Department of the Interior. U.S. Statistics Current Wildland Fire Information.
Incident Management Situation Report. National Fire News Year-to-Date Fires and Acres. Historical Wildland Fire Information. Suppression Costs () Wildfires larger thanacres () Human-caused fires and acres () Lightning-caused fires and acres () National.
For example, wildfire trends in the western United States are influenced by rising temperatures and changing precipitation patterns, pest populations, and land management practices.
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A Case Study on Summit County, Colorado: Recommended Policies and Regulations to Reduce Community Wildfire Risk Headwaters Economics is an independent, nonprofit research group whose mission is to improve community development and land management decisions in.
Projected Future Wildland Fires and. Emissions for the Western United States. By Todd J. Hawbaker and Zhiliang Zhu. Chapter 8 of. Baseline and Projected Future Carbon Storage and Greenhouse-Gas.
Fluxes in Ecosystems of the Western United States. Edited by Zhiliang Zhu and Bradley C. Reed. Professional Paper U.S. Department of the Interior. Planning for America's wildlands;: A handbook for land-use planners, managers and executives, committee and commission members, conservation leaders, and all who face problems of wildland management [Carhart, Arthur Hawthorne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Planning for America's wildlands;: A handbook for land-use planners, managers and executives, 5/5(1). This list represents a selection of books for the general reader on wildfire, including forest fires, available at the Interior Library. It is arranged alphabetically by the author's last name.
Please direct inquiries or concerns to the Reference Librarian at between a.m. and p.m. Monday through Friday except Federal holidays. data record can be leveraged with established remote sensing-based techniques to monitor and quantify vegetation recovery in burned areas.
INTRODUCTION In the past several years, wildland fire has become an increasingly dominant agent of change across Forest Service and other public lands in the western United Size: 7MB. Since the turn of the 20th century, various federal and state agencies have been involved in wildland fire management in one form or another.
In the early 20th century, for example, the federal government, through the U.S. Army and the U.S. Forest Service, solicited fire suppression as a primary goal of managing the nation's forests.
At this time in history fire was viewed as a threat to. It is increasingly apparent that in many places around the globe, society must forge a new relationship with fire (Moritz et al.
; Curt and Frejaville ; Otero and Nielsen ).In the western United States, a changing climate, expanding human development, and accumulating fuels (among other factors) require new approaches that manage for resilience by suppressing fewer fires and Cited by: Forest Management and Planning, Second Edition, addresses contemporary forest management planning issues, providing a concise, focused resource for those in forest management.
The book is intermixed with chapters that concentrate on quantitative subjects, such as economics and linear programming, and qualitative chapters that provide discussions of important aspects of natural.
Two decades of uncharacteristically severe wildfires have caused government and private land managers to actively reduce hazardous fuels to lessen wildfire severity in western forests, including riparian areas.
Because riparian fuel treatments are a fairly new management strategy, we set out to document their frequency and extent on federal lands in the western U.S.
Seventy-four USDA Forest Cited by:. Like most of pdf western United States, California’s wildfires are becoming more destructive with more severe weather, unchecked home building in fire-prone areas, and fire suppression that puts.
Due to increasing concern about the economic and ecological effects of catastrophic wildland fires throughout the download pdf United States, federal land managers have been implementing treatments to restore historical fire behavior and mitigate wildfire risk.
During the last five years, o fuels treatments were conducted across the western USA under the National Fire Plan (NFP). Despite recent ebook in the literature, land use planning for wildfire has yet ebook gain traction in practice, particularly in the United States. However, fire history has been used to help define land zoning for fire planning in Italy , and bushfire hazard maps are integrated into planning policy in Victoria, Australia .Cited by: