Bibliography of departmental forest fire research literature
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Published by Forest Fire Research Institute in Ottawa .
Written in English


  • Forest fire research -- Bibliography

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Edition Notes

Statementby G.S. Ramsey. 2d ed., including supplements 1-3.
LC ClassificationsZ5991 R25 1970
The Physical Object
Pagination[various pagings]
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18449065M

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  From the introduction:'The Forest Fire Research Institute of the Canadian Forestry Service has on file publications, records, and data covering much of the early forest research undertaken in Canada. This collection, with some publications dating back to , is unique and much of the information is not readily accessable to researchers in other locations.   Forest and Fire Sciences: Books Guide to resources to support the learning, teaching and research in the forest resources and fire ecology programs of the U-Idaho College of Natural Resources. HomeAuthor: Jeremy Kenyon. Fire as Dragon/ Fire as Elemental Evil/ Fire as Destroyer Fire as Renewal: Ecological Resilience Narratives Fire is Culture All in all, our literature review revealed a respectable volume of books dedicated to the topic of wildfire. Within this fire-literature is File Size: KB.   forestry, the management of forest lands for wood, water, wildlife, forage, and recreation. Because the major economic importance of the forest lies in wood and wood products, forestry has been chiefly concerned with timber management, especially reforestation, maintenance of the extant forest stands at prime condition, and fire control.

The research paper published in a scientific journal represents the most important "primary" source of information for the forest scientist and manager. Papers published in journals generally go through a "peer review" process before acceptance and publication. Seventy-five percent of the forestry research literature is published in this format. Forest fire is a hysterical fire occurring in a vegetation and it may spread rapidly resulting in fierce blowups and shoulder the physiognomies of a fire storm. Fire has a prodigious capability to rescind the unabridged shrubbery cover but the fared burning or prescribed burning can rejuvenate landscapes, facilitates crop production, pest control and prevents disastrous effects of uncontrolled firestorm or . Fire management: review of international cooperation was prepared in unison with Fire management: global assessment and the voluntary guidelines for fire management over a two-year, multistakeholder process. Although the task was coordinated by FAO, Johann G. Goldammer of the Global Fire Monitoring Center, Freiburg, Germany, was the author. Forest Management and Climate Change: a literature review 0' (Forests and Climate Change Working Paper 10 Forest Management and Climate Change: a literature review Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations based on a literature review and a survey of forest .

Fiction: Stories based on or featuring the fire. Fine Arts: Poetry, music, drama, and visual arts. For Kids: A list of works intended for youth. Web Links: A list of other websites about fires and natural disasters in general and the Peshtigo Fire in particular. Purchase Forest Fires - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBN , information on forests, forest fire & its impacts, forest fire management strategies and related issues at national and international levels. An update and good annotated bibliography on forest fire has also been given in this book, which may be definitely useful for trainers, researchers and foresters. Get this from a library! Annotated bibliography of publications by U.S. Forest Service forest fire research staff, their colleagues, and cooperators in California, [Anita Hostetter; United States. Forest Service.; Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Berkeley, Calif.)].