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New and revised fire effects tools for fire managementAuthor(s): Robert E. Keane; Greg Dillon; Stacy Drury; Robin Innes; Penny Morgan; Duncan Lutes; Susan J. Prichard; Jane Smith; Eva Strand
Source: Fire Management Today. 73(3): 37-47.
Publication Series: Magazines or Trade Publications
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionAnnouncing the release of new software packages for application in wildland fire science and management, two fields that are already fully saturated with computer technology, may seem a bit too much to many managers. However, there have been some recent releases of new computer programs and revisions of existing software and information tools that deserve mention because they constitute a suite of technology that can be used to effectively integrate fire ecology into fire management.
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CitationKeane, Robert E.; Dillon, Greg; Drury, Stacy; Innes, Robin; Morgan, Penny; Lutes, Duncan; Prichard, Susan J.; Smith, Jane; Strand, Eva. 2014. New and revised fire effects tools for fire management. Fire Management Today. 73(3): 37-47.
Keywordswildland fire science, fire management, software
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