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Landscape and Wildfires Seminary: Diagnosis and suppression, methodological advancesAuthor(s): Francisco Rodriguez y Silva; Juan Ramon Molina Martinez; Matthew P. Thompson; Kit O’Connor
Source: Cordoba, Spain: University of Cordoba, Forest Engineering Department, Forest Fire Laboratory. 47 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionIn 2015, researchers from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Human Dimensions Program (hereafter U.S. Forest Service), and the University of Có\ordoba, Forest Engineering Department, Forest Fire Laboratory, Spain (hereafter University of Cordoba), entered into an official Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The primary objective of the MOU is to jointly develop strategic fire planning models and decision support systems to promote cost-effective and efficient fuels and fire management. The broader goals of the research are to enhance firefighter and public safety, to reduce fire management costs, and improve adoption of risk management principles by the fire management community
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CitationRodriguez y Silva, Francisco; Martinez, Juan Ramon Molina; Thompson, Matthew P.; O’Connor, Kit. 2020. Landscape and Wildfires Seminary: Diagnosis and suppression, methodological advances. Cordoba, Spain: University of Cordoba, Forest Engineering Department, Forest Fire Laboratory. 47 p.
Keywordsfire planning models, decision support systems, fuels management, firefighter and public safety, risk management, fire management
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