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    Author(s): Jeffrey J. Brooks; Hannah Brenkert; Judy E. Serby; Joseph G. Champ; Tony Simons; Daniel R. Williams
    Date: 2006
    Source: Fire management today. 66(2): 35-43
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    A different kind of storm--neither fire nor wind--brought 60 forestry practitioners who work in wildfire risk prevention and several social science researchers together near Lyons, CO. Brainstorm. This unique retreat--a meeting of the minds--commingled these two groups to share and tackle ideas concerning social issues that shape decisions and behaviors regarding wildland fire risk mitigation across Colorado’s wildland/urban interface communities.

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    Brooks, Jeffrey J.; Brenkert, Hannah; Serby, Judy E.; Champ, Joseph G.; Simons, Tony; Williams, Daniel R. 2006. Integrating social science into forestry in the wildland/urban interface. Fire management today. 66(2): 35-43


    wildfires, social sciences, wildland/urban interface, Colorado

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