Chapter 1: Effects of fire on cultural resources -- introduction
Document Type: Book Chapter
Author(s): Kevin C. Ryan; Cassandra L. Koerner; Kristine M. Lee; N. Siefkin
Editor(s): Kevin C. Ryan; A. T. Jones; Cassandra L. Koerner; Kristine M. Lee
Publication Year: 2012

Cataloging Information

  • archaeological sites
  • fire damage (property)
  • fire management
  • wildfires
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Record Last Modified: March 16, 2021
FRAMES Record Number: 52022
Tall Timbers Record Number: 29050
TTRS Location Status: In-file
TTRS Call Number: A13.88:RMRS-42-vol.3
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From the text ... 'This volume is intended to be used as a reference for both cultural resource specialists and fire managers during their planning processes. The intended audience includes resource and fire managers employed by public, tribal, and private land management agencies, non-governmental organizations, private contractors, historic preservation officers, and researchers. Particular emphasis is given to providing guidance for those in the realm of cultural resource management (often called CRM), individuals actively engaged in identifying and managing cultural resources before, during, and after wildland fires, and preparing and revviewing fire-related environmental compliance and land management documents (for example, land and fire management plans, prescribed fire burn plans, and community wildfire protection plans).'

Ryan, K. C., C. L. Koerner, K. M. Lee, and N. Siefkin. 2012. Chapter 1: Effects of fire on cultural resources -- introduction, in KC Ryan, AT Jones, CL Koerner, and KM Lee eds., Wildland fire in ecosystems: effects of fire on cultural resources and archaeology. Fort Collins, CO, USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, General Technical Report RMRS-GTR, p. 1-14.