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Institutional constraints affect prescribed burning costs variability: preliminary findings



Institutional constraints affect prescribed burning costs variability: preliminary findings



Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology: 136-142



A questionnaire administered in person to fire and fuel managers in the Northern and Pacific Northwest regions of the USDA Forest Service was used to describe and quantify the relative effects of institutional constraints, and managerial and physical factors on costs of prescribed burning.

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