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After the Vision Fire

RESTORATION, SAFETY & STEWARDSHIP FOR THE INVERNESS RIDGE COMMUNITIES

Report of the Phoenix Team of the Environmental Action Committee of West Marin
June 1996

Complete Document (4,734 KB PDF)

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Cover (497 KB PDF)
Title Page (398 KB PDF)
Table of Contents (286 KB PDF)
Foreword (p. 1) (442 KB PDF)
Acknowledgements (p. 2) (322 KB PDF)
About the Phoenix Project (pp. 3 - 4) (350 KB PDF)

Chapters 1 through 8 (pp. 5 - 66) (1,494 KB PDF)

Chapter 1: Introduction (pp. 5 - 7) (354 KB PDF)
Chapter 2: The Mount Vision Fire (pp. 8 - 10) (390 KB PDF)
Chapter 3: Discussion of Study Area (pp. 11 - 14) (463 KB PDF)
Chapter 4: Fire Hardening Your Home (pp. 15 - 19) (384 KB PDF)
Chapter 5: Watershed Awareness for Inverness Ridge Communities (pp. 20 - 30) (822 KB PDF)
Chapter 6: Findings & Recommendations Site-wide (pp. 31 - 48) (686 KB PDF)
Chapter 7: Emergency Preparedness for Inverness Ridge Communities (pp. 49 - 54) (499 KB PDF)
Chapter 8: Vision Fire Neighborhoods -Assessment & Recommendations (pp. 54 - 66) (425 KB PDF)

Maps 1 through 5 (2,033 KB PDF)

Map 1: Inverness Ridge Neighborhoods & Proposed Fuels Modification Zones (557 KB PDF)
Map 2: Paradise Ranch Estates (637 KB PDF)
Map 3: Paradise Ranch Estates - Damaged/Lost Dwellings (582 KB PDF)
Map 4: Paradise Ranch Estates - Geomorphic Map (604 KB PDF)
Map 5: Paradise Estates - Watersheds (418 KB PDF)

Appendices 1 through 8 (pp. 67 - 83) (1,401 KB PDF)

Appendix 1: Planting Trees for Vision Fire Restoration (pp. 67 - 69) (33 KB PDF)
Appendix 2: Fire-resistant Plants for Inverness Park Area (pp. 70 - 71) (353 KB PDF)
Appendix 3: Sample Landscape Design (p. 72) (463 KB PDF)
Appendix 4: A Natural History of the Mount Vision Fire (pp. 73 - 76) (369 KB PDF)
Appendix 5: Partial Resource List: People, Supplies, Information (pp. 77 - 78) (397 KB PDF)
Appendix 6: The Phoenix Team: About the Authors (p. 79) (324 KB PDF)
Appendix 7: Sample Data Forms from the Phoenix Team Assessment (pp. 80 -81) (514 KB PDF)
Appendix 8: Marin County Fire Department Hazard & Fuel Rating Scales (pp. 82 - 83) (610 KB PDF)

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