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    Author(s): Jack D. Alexander III; Jean Findley; Brenda K. Kury; Jan L. Beyers; Douglas S. Cram; Terrell T. Baker; Jon C. Boren; Carl Edminster; Sue A. Ferguson; Steven McKay; David Nagel; Trent Piepho; Miriam Rorig; Casey Anderson; Jeanne Hoadley; Paulette L. Ford; Mark C. Andersen; Ed L. Fredrickson; Joe Truett; Gary W. Roemer; Brenda K. Kury; Jennifer Vollmer; Christine L. May; Danny C. LeeJames P. MenakisRobert E. Keane; Zhi-Liang Zhu; Carol MillerBrett Davis; Katharine Gray; Ken Mix; William P. Kuvlesky Jr.; D. Lynn Drawe; Marcia G. NarogRoger D. Ottmar; Robert E. Vihnanek; Clinton S. Wright; Timothy E. PaysenBurton K. PendletonRosemary L. Pendleton; Carleton S. White; John Rogan; Doug Stow; Janet Franklin; Jennifer Miller; Lisa Levien; Chris Fischer; Emma Underwood; Robert Klinger; Peggy Moore; Clinton S. Wright
    Date: 2008
    Source: In: Narog, M. G. (tech. coord.). 2008. Proceedings of the 2002 fire conference: Managing fire and fuels in the remaining wildlands and open spaces of the Southwestern United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-189, Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture: p. 329-364
    Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
    Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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    Titles found within Poster Session-Extended Abstracts include:

    Assessment of emergency fire rehabilitation of four fires from the 2000 fire season on the Vale, Oregon, BLM district: review of the density sampling materials and methods: p. 329 

    Growth of regreen, seeded for erosion control, in the Manter fire area, southern Sierra Nevada: p. 330 

    Classification of wildland fire effects in silviculturally treated vs. untreated forest stands of New Mexico and Arizona: p. 332

    The potential for smoke to ventilate from wildland fires in the United States: p. 334 

    Effects of fire and mowing on expansion of reestablished black-tailed prairie dog colonies in Chihuahuan desert grassland: p. 335

    Data collection and fire modeling determine potential for the use of Plateau® to establish fuelbreaks in cheatgrass-dominated rangelands: p. 340 

    Debris flow occurrence in the immediate postfire and interfire periods and associated effects on channel aggradation in the Oregon coast Range: p. 342 

    LANDFIRE: mapping fire and fuels characteristics for the conterminous United States: p. 344

    Relationships between fire frequency and environmental variables at multiple spatial scales: p. 345 

    Effects of summer prescribed fires on taxa richness and abundance of avian populations and associated vegetation changes: p. 347 

    Chamise (Adenostoma fasciculatum) leaf strategies: p. 349 

    Stereo photo series for quantifying natural fuels in the Americas: p. 351

    Prescribed fire effects on California's oaks: p. 352 

    Effects of prescribed fire on recruitment of Juniperus and Opuntia in a semiarid grassland watershed: p. 356

    Monitoring land cover change in California using multitemporal remote sensing data: p. 358 

    Predicting patterns of alien plant invasions in areas of fire disturbance in Yosemite National Park: p. 361 

    Fuel consumption during prescribed fires in big sage ecosystems: p.363

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    Alexander III, Jack D.; Findley, Jean; Kury, Brenda K.; Beyers, Jan L.; Cram, Douglas S.; Baker, Terrell T.; Boren, Jon C.; Edminster, Carl; Ferguson, Sue A.; McKay, Steven; Nagel, David; Piepho, Trent; Rorig, Miriam; Anderson, Casey; Hoadley, Jeanne; Ford, Paulette L.; Andersen, Mark C.; Fredrickson, Ed L.; Truett, Joe; Roemer, Gary W.; Kury, Brenda K.; Vollmer, Jennifer; May, Christine L.; Lee, Danny C.; Menakis, James P.; Keane, Robert E.; Zhu, Zhi-Liang; Miller, Carol; Davis, Brett; Gray, Katharine; Mix, Ken; Kuvlesky Jr., William P.; Drawe, D. Lynn; Narog, Marcia G.; Ottmar, Roger D.; Vihnanek, Robert E.; Wright, Clinton S.; Paysen, Timothy E.; Pendleton, Burton K.; Pendleton, Rosemary L.; White, Carleton S.; Rogan, John; Stow, Doug; Franklin, Janet; Miller, Jennifer; Levien, Lisa; Fischer, Chris; Underwood, Emma; Klinger, Robert; Moore, Peggy; Wright, Clinton S. 2008. Poster Session- Extended Abstracts. In: Narog, M. G. (tech. coord.). 2008. Proceedings of the 2002 fire conference: Managing fire and fuels in the remaining wildlands and open spaces of the Southwestern United States. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-189, Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture: p. 329-364.

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