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    Author(s): Leigh Lentile; Penny Morgan; Colin HardyAndrew Hudak; Robert Means; Roger OttmarPeter RobichaudElaine Sutherland; Frederick Way; Sarah Lewis
    Date: 2007
    Source: Fire Management Today. 67(1): 24-31.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    In recent years, more researchers are collecting data either on active wildfires or immediately after wildfire occurrence. Known as Rapid Response Research, this important undertaking provides real-time information, useful data, and improved tools for managers.

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    Lentile, Leigh; Morgan, Penny; Hardy, Colin; Hudak, Andrew; Means, Robert; Ottmar, Roger; Robichaud, Peter; Sutherland, Elaine; Way, Frederick; Lewis, Sarah 2007. Lessons learned from Rapid Response Research on wildland fires. Fire Management Today. 67(1): 24-31.

    Keywords

    Rapid Response Research, wildland fires, fire effects, fire management

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