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    Author(s): Kristen E. Meyer; Kathleen A. DwirePatricia A. ChampSandra E. Ryan; Gregg M. Riegel; Timothy A. Burton
    Date: 2012
    Source: Fire Management Today. 72(2): 16-23.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    Description

    Vegetation treatment projects for fuel reduction in riparian areas can pose distinct challenges to resource managers. Riparian areas are protected by administrative regulations, many of which are largely custodial and restrict active management. Like uplands, however, riparian areas have been affected by fire suppression, land use, and multiple types of disturbance. Also, many streamside areas are part of the expanding wildland-urban interface (WUI) or wildland-urban intermix that may be at high risk of wildfire.

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    Citation

    Meyer, Kristen E.; Dwire, Kathleen A.; Champ, Patricia A.; Ryan, Sandra E.; Riegel, Gregg M.; Burton, Timothy A. 2012. Burning questions for managers: Fuels management practices in riparian areas. Fire Management Today. 72(2): 16-23.

    Keywords

    fuels management, fuels treatment, vegetation treatment, riparian areas

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