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File image/x-icon Wildfire Season in New Mexico
Our New Mexico Departments of Agriculture; Homeland Security and Emergency Management; and Energy, Minerals, and Natural Resources are working hard to help New Mexicans prepare for, prevent, and respond to wildfires. This guide is a critical part of this mission, arming New Mexicans with valuable information and resources that will help protect lives and property during what will likely be another active and destructive wildfire season.
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NM State Forestry - Returning Heroes at Career Fairs
Returning Heroes representatives will be recruiting at two career fairs this week!
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File Managing Forests and Fire in Changing Climates
This short newsletter addresses issues in the changing environment, with new fire hazards. How to deal with regular and irregular burns in wildlife areas.
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File Fire on The Mountain: USDA Fire Safety Bulletin
New home building in the wildland-urban interface (WUI) continues unabated, despite the high financial and human costs of fighting fires in these areas. The goal of this research is to understand, through surveys and expert assessments, the attitudes and perceptions of WUI homeowners as they relate to taking action to reduce wildfire risk on their property.
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File Southwest Fire Science Consortium Webinars 2010-2012
A list of webinars offered by the SW Fire Science Consrotium between March 2010 and July 2012. Includes descriptions and links.
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Unprecedented study relies on more than 1,500 years of tree-ring data and hundreds of years of fire-scar records gathered from Ponderosa Pine forests
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File PDF document Study on Megafires as unusual in long-term
Unprecedented study relies on more than 1,500 years of tree-ring data and hundreds of years of fire-scar records gathered from Ponderosa Pine forests.
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Wildland Fire Data in Google Earth
You can view wildland fire data in Google Earth
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Hydrologic Impacts of High Severity Wildfire: Learning from the Past and Preparing for the Future
Recording of the 1/18/12 webinar hosted by the Southwest Fire Scienc Consortium
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A small team was assembled to work with the Apache-Sitgreave National Forest and local partners to assess the effects of the fuel treatments and compile a report with the findings. The report "How Fuel Treatments Saved Homes from the 2011 Wallow Fire" was the product of this effort. Personnel from the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest and the Southwestern Region Office will talk about the effects of fuel treatments and communities affected by the Wallow Fire.
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