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Fire Suppression, District 5Author(s): Roy Headley
Source: USDA-Forest Service. 57 p.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionThe increasing effectiveness of suppression practice is shown by the fact that in 1915 fire suppression cost one-third as much as in 1914, and damage to Government property was kept down to one-fourth the 1914 figure. The seasons were approximately equal in danger. Is further progress to be expected?
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CitationHeadley, Roy. 1916. Fire Suppression, District 5. USDA-Forest Service. 57 p.
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