2000 Annual Fire Report TOC

Research, Inventory and Monitoring

Compiled by Anthony Caprio

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The report is divided into multiple sections below for easier downloading.

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Cover - Download: Cover and Cover Caption (97 kb - PDF file)

Contents and Executive Summary - Download: Contents, Summary and Sections 1 and 2 (616 kb - PDF file)

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1) Synopsis: Year 2000 Projects

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2) Park Burn Program

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 2.1) Objectives

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 2.2) Park Area Description

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3) Fire Year 2000 - Download: Section 3 (7 kb - PDF)

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Accomplishments for Each Project and Goals for 2000

4) Project Year 2000

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 4.1) Vegetation Sampling

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4.11) Landscape Assessment - Fire and Forest Structure - Download: Section 4.11 (489 kb - PDF)
 by Kurt Menning

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4.12) Red Fir Plots - Download: Section 4.12 (736 kb - PDF)
 by Anthony C. Caprio

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4.13) Fire Effects Monitoring - Download: Section 4.13 (68 kb - PDF)
 by MaryBeth Keifer

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4.14) Fuel Inventory and Monitoring - Download: Section 4.14 (275 kb - PDF) by Corky Conover

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4.15) Fire History - Download: Section 4.15 (1 MB - PDF)
 by Anthony Caprio

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4.16) Red Fir Forest Dynamics: The Interaction of Fine-Scale Disturbance and Prescribed Fire - Download: Section 4.16 (24 kb - PDF)
 by John Battles and David Newburn

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4.17) The Southern Sierra Repeat Photography Project - Download: Section 4.17 (6 kb - PDF)
 by Monica Bueno, Jon Keeley, and Nate Stephenson

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4.18) Biodiversity and Invasives Study: Fire and Community Susceptibility to Invasive Plants - Download: Section 4.18 (8 kb - PDF)
 by Jon Keeley, Daniel Lubin, and Sarah Hamman

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4.19) Developing a Landscape-Scale Framework for Interagency Wildland Fuel Management Planning - Download: Section 4.19 (222 kb - PDF) by Pat Lineback

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4.20) Vegetation Mapping Initiative - Download: Section 4.20 (12 kb - PDF)
 by Sylvia Haultain>

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4.21) Evaluation of Cambium and Soil Heating and Other Fire Effects During Prescribed Fire in Giant Sequoia/Mixed Conifer Stands - Download: Section 4.21 (20 kb - PDF)
 by Sally M. Haase

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4.2) Wildlife - Download: Section 4.2 (53 kb - PDF)
 by Harold Werner

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4.3) Watershed Studies

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4.31) Watershed Sampling - Download: Section 4.3 (7 kb - PDF)
 by Claudette Moore

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4.32) The Effects of Prescribed Burning on Stream Water Chemistry at Different Spatial and Temporal Scales - Download: Section 4.3 (23 kb - PDF)
 by Andi Heard and John Stednick

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4.4) Fire Information Cache - The Park's Fire & Resources Web Page - Download: Section 4.4 (20 kb - PDF)
 by Anthony C. Caprio

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4.5) An Analytical Approach for Assessing Cost-Effectiveness of Landscape Prescribed Fires (reprint) - Download: Section 4.5 (27 kb - PDF)
 by Philip N. Omi, Douglas B. Rideout and Stephen J. Botti

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4.6) Other - Download: Section 4.6 (11 kb - PDF) Joint Fire Science Projects - "Fire and Fire Surrogates" & "Cheatgrass"

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