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Billions of Dollars of Real Estate at Risk to Wildfire, Experts Say
Seeking the beauty of nature, Americans just can't stop building houses among trees that will, sooner or later, go up in flames. "It is truly a when, not if," Sean McVay, a homeowner in Evergreen,...
The Public and Fire Management: Conventional Wisdom vs. Reality by Sarah McCaffrey
Abstract As more people live in areas with high fire hazard, active involvement of the public is crucial to improving forest health and decreasing wildfire risk. One barrier to effectively...
Remote Sensing & Management - AZ Remote Sensing Center
The School of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Arizona snre.arizona.edu Dr. van Leeuwen and Aaryn Olsson ground reference satellite data on Tumamoc Hill. Researchers...
"Appalachian Aspirations" by Prof. John Benhart (IUP Libraries' Breakfast and a Book)
In "Appalachian Aspirations," John Benhart presents the story of the evolution of capitalism and regional development in the Upper Tennessee River Valley in the late nineteenth and early twentieth...
WTCNO - Allison Plyer - Tulane Sustainability Lecture Series
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