Ecological effects of alternative fuel reduction treatments: highlights of the U.S. Fire and Fire Surrogate study (FFS)

James McIver, Scott Stephens, Jams Agee, Jamie Barbour, Ralph Boerner, Carl Edminster, Karen Erickson, Kerry Ferris, Chris Fettig, Carl Fiedler, Sally Haas, S Hart, J Keeley, E Knapp, J Lehmkuhl, J Moghaddas, W Otrosina, K Outcalt, Dylan Schwilk, C SkinnerT Waldrop, P Weatherspoon, D, A Youngblood

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StatePublished - Oct 2012

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McIver, J., Stephens, S., Agee, J., Barbour, J., Boerner, R., Edminster, C., Erickson, K., Ferris, K., Fettig, C., Fiedler, C., Haas, S., Hart, S., Keeley, J., Knapp, E., Lehmkuhl, J., Moghaddas, J., Otrosina, W., Outcalt, K., Schwilk, D., ... Youngblood, A. (2012). Ecological effects of alternative fuel reduction treatments: highlights of the U.S. Fire and Fire Surrogate study (FFS). Default journal.