Humans, fires, and forests - workshop summary

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Category: Sociopolitical Research

Title: Humans, Fires, and Forests: Social science applied to fire management: workshop summary, Tucson, Arizona, January 28-31, 2003.

Author: * Cortner, H.J. , Field, D.R., Jakes, P., * Buthman, J.D.

Subject: Policy, Management

Abstract: This summary of the January 26-28, 2003 workshop held in Tucson, Arizona, presents the record of the meeting. It includes the full text of the invited theme papers, the managerial and policy talks, annotated outlines of the breakout sessions and the closing, wrap-up presentation. It also includes a reflective after-the-workshop summary and synthesis paper. This record, however, is only one product of the meeting. In addition to the networking that occurred, researchers attending the workshop also committed to several on-going activities designed both to foster communications among scholars as well as to maximize the utility of social science research applied to fire management. Examples of such activities include: preparation of a social science expertise directory, development of a research framework to demonstrate how various work nodes are relating to one another and where there are still significant gaps, and planning for sessions at the July 2003 Natural Hazards workshop in Boulder, Colorado, and the 2004 ISSRM conference in Keystone, Colorado.

Date: 2003

Type: Report

Source: ERI Papers in Restoration Policy

Identifier: 111p.

Publisher: NAU Ecological Restoration Institute,

Format: PDF

Language: English