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Title: Tongue-tied: Confused meanings for common fire terminology can lead to fuels mismanagement
Author: Jain, Theresa B.; Graham, Russell T.; Pilliod, David S.;
Source: Wildfire. July/August: 22-26.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Description: The ineffective and inconsistent use of terminology among fire managers, scientists, resource managers and the public is a constant problem in resource management. In fire management and fire science, the terms fire severity, burn severity and fire intensity are defined in a variety of ways, used inconsistently and, in some cases, interchangeably.
Keywords: fire terminology, fire management
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Jain, Theresa B.; Graham, Russell T.; Pilliod, David S. 2004. Tongue-tied: Confused meanings for common fire terminology can lead to fuels mismanagement. Wildfire. July/August: 22-26.
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