ACTIVE FOREST FIRE MANAGEMENT FOR MULTIPLE LANDSCAPE BENEFITS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

ACTIVE FOREST FIRE MANAGEMENT FOR MULTIPLE LANDSCAPE BENEFITS IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

This report documents a three week study tour of the United States and Canada on the role of active forest management for multiple landscape benefits, most notably for wildfire risk reduction, renewable bioenergy and forest health. This study builds on the earlier Gottstein Fellowship report by Hamilton (2009) into developments in the use of woody biomass for bioenergy in Canada and the western United States, by focusing more directly on the links between fire management and bioenergy.


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