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Prepared by the Office of Policy Analysis, June 2012
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Presentation by Molly Mowery and Robert Gray, NFPA Backyards and Beyond Wildland Fire Conference, November 2013
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Report published by the Western Forestry Leadership Coalition, April 2010. Dr. Lisa Dale, lead author.
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official website of the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition. Read about the Coalition and our projects. Learn about news and events. Find partners, contacts and resources.
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USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2014-5161. Tillery, A.C., Haas, J.R., Miller, L.W., Scott, J.H., and Thompson, M.P., 2014. Prepared in cooperation with the Bernalillo County Natural Resources Services.
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Santa Fe New Mexican interview with NM state botanist Daniela Roth on the impacts of wildfire on rare plants in the Gila and Lincoln National Forests
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Rocky Mountain Research Station, Dec. 2014
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Now available: The Ability of Wildfire to Act as a Fuel Treatment (Webinar)
Southwest Fire Science Consortium webinar, Jan. 2015. available at https://www.frames.gov/rcs/18000/18920.html.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
File Effects of Fire Severity on Herbaceous Vegetation Recovery, Following a Southwest Ponderosa Pine Wildfire
This poster presents research on the effectiveness of aerial seeding conducted on private lands by the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) following the Trigo Wildfire of April 2008, which burned 13,709 acres of ponderosa pine and mixed conifer in the Manzano Mountains of central New Mexico. The general objectives of this research were to: - determine the effects of fire severity on the recovery of forest understory vegetative communities and determine how different plant species respond to fire severity; - determine the response of intentionally seeded grass species used in restoration efforts by the NRCS (annual rye grass, Lolium multiflorum, and tall wheat grass, Thinopyrum ponticum) to high and low fire severity; and - evaluate the relative recovery responses of native and exotic plant species to fire severity.
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Video presentations from the conference held October 18-19, 2016 at Utah State University. As climate changes, forests are being impacted by severe drought, longer fire seasons, and impressive insect epidemics. New approaches to landscape restoration are needed to cope with these disturbances. The 2016 Restoring the West Conference offered presentations by experts in climate science, landscape restoration, and forest ecology on techniques for this uncertain future, and gave examples where these techniques are working.
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