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    The Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) and the National Fire Plan (NFP) spend considerable amounts of money on fire and fuels research. From Fiscal Year 1998-2006, the JFSP spent approximately $145 million, and from Fiscal Year 2001-2005, the NFP spent approximately $104 million on research. For the costs of research to be fully realized, it is critical that science communicators effectively deliver relevant research results and that potential users apply them.

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    Wright, Vita. 2008. Personal and organizational influences to the use of fire and fuels research by federal agency managers. In: McCaffrey, S.; Woodward, P.; Robinson, M., compilers. Extended abstracts from the Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference, 10/23-25, 2007, Fort Collins, Colorado. International Association of Wildland Fire. 2 p.


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