The National Park Service has studied certain areas and intends to continually study other Parks to determine whether or not natural fires will be allowed to burn. It is understood by the Service where natural fires will cause a threat to other land agencies, State or Federal, every effort will be made to assist in the presuppression and suppression of same. Where human life or high value areas are involved, fire suppression will be of prime importance. Human life and wildlife values will be of prime importance. Areas will be evaluated and decisions made relative thereto.Intensive studies will be undertaken within the next few years so that demarcation of these areas can be made and management decisions can be established before fire occurs.