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The smoke dilemma: a head-on collision!Author(s): Gary L. Achtemeier; William Jackson; Bernie Hawkins; Dale D. Wade; Charles K. McMahon
Source: In: Wadsworth, Kelly G., ed. Transactions of the 63rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources conference; 1998 March 20-25; Orlando, FL. Washington, DC: Wildlife Management Institute: 415-421.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA head-on collision is imminent! The drivers are people. The vehicles are special interests. The road is smoke! Those concerned about air quality ride in the first car; those concerned about natural resource management ride in the second. In this paper, the authors look at what smoke is and why it is sometimes dangerous, factors leading to a collision, and what can be done to avoid a collision.
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CitationAchtemeier, Gary L.; Jackson, William; Hawkins, Bernie; Wade, Dale D.; McMahon, Charles K. 1998. The smoke dilemma: a head-on collision!. In: Wadsworth, Kelly G., ed. Transactions of the 63rd North American Wildlife and Natural Resources conference; 1998 March 20-25; Orlando, FL. Washington, DC: Wildlife Management Institute: 415-421.
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