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The Wildland-Urban Interface in U.S. Metropolitan AreasAuthor(s): Susan I. Stewart; Volker C. Radeloff; Roger Hammer
Source: In: Kollin, Cheryl, ed. Proceedings of the 2003 National Urban Forest Conference; 2003 September 17-20; San Antonio, TX. Washington, DC: American Forests: 254-255
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionWildland urban interface (WUI) issues are significant for urban foresters. An analysis of 12 metropolitan areas shows that The WUI is concentrated in these metro areas relative to the rest of their respective states.
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CitationStewart, Susan I.; Radeloff, Volker C.; Hammer, Roger. 2003. The Wildland-Urban Interface in U.S. Metropolitan Areas. In: Kollin, Cheryl, ed. Proceedings of the 2003 National Urban Forest Conference; 2003 September 17-20; San Antonio, TX. Washington, DC: American Forests: 254-255
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