Applied Wildland Fire Research in Support of Project Level Hazardous Fuels Planning - Environmental Consequences
Project Lead(s):
  • Elaine Kennedy Sutherland
    US Forest Service, Missoula Forestry Sciences Laboratory

Cataloging Information

  • air quality
  • Armillaria
  • Douglas-fir
  • environmental impacts
  • erosion
  • fauna
  • flora
  • fuels treatments
  • lodgepole pine
  • ponderosa pine
  • sedimentation
  • treatment effects
  • water
  • western United States
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Record Last Modified: December 18, 2015
FRAMES Record Number: 7082


The mission of the Environmental Consequences team is to provide fuel treatment planners with the means to estimate the environmental consequences of proposed fuel treatment activities in the dry, interior forests of the western U.S. on: 1) air, 2) soil and water, 3) flora, 4) fauna (terrestrial and aquatic), and 5) Armillaria. Forest types considered include ponderosa pine, interior Douglas-fir, and lodgepole pine.

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