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View Resource Fire Ecology

Devoted to fire ecology in Yellowstone, this site includes sections on fire effects, fire facts, fire monitoring, Mt. Washburn FireCam, prescribed fire, reference / links, vegetation, weather page,...

http://www.nps.gov/yell/parkmgmt/fireecology.htm
View Resource Carbon Monoxide from California Fires

Large fires can be blamed for some polluted air. In addition to ash and smoke, fires release carbon monoxide into the atmosphere as they burn. This false-color image shows the atmospheric column of...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11835/
View Resource A Geospatial Tool for Assessing Potential Wildland Fire Risk in Central Texas

Wildland fires in the United States are not always confined to wilderness areas. The growth of population centers and housing developments in wilderness areas has blurred the boundaries between rural...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4870/
View Resource The Total Yellowstone Page

This site includes sections dealing with fire as a natural force, the 1988 fire, the national fire plan, and Yellowstone fire facts. A link to current wildland fire information is provided.

http://www.yellowstone-natl-park.com/fire.htm
View Resource Wildland Fires in Yellowstone

This National Park Service site contains a great deal of information related to fires in Yellowstone National Park. Information related to the 1988 fire is provided along with a link to the main...

http://www.nps.gov/yell/parkmgmt/firemanagement.htm
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