|Other titles||Coal Seam Fire :|
|Statement||prepared by Interagency Burned Area Emergency Response Team.|
|Contributions||Interagency Burned Area Emergency Response Team (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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Emergency stabilization is part of a holistic approach to address post wildfire issues, which also includes suppression activity damage repair, burned area rehabilitation, and long-term restoration. In order to facilitate this process, a designated BAER team will begin the process by . Get this from a library! Burned area emergency stabilization and rehabilitation plan: coal seam fire. [Interagency Burned Area Emergency Response Team (U.S.),; White River National Forest (Agency: U.S.),; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Glenwood Springs Field Office,]. Burned area emergency stabilization and rehabilitation plan: coal seam fire by Interagency Burned Area Emergency Response Team (U.S.); White River National Forest (Agency: U.S.); United States. Bureau of Land Management. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Burned area emergency stabilization and rehabilitation plan: coal seam fire / By. Interagency Burned Area Emergency Response Team (U.S.)Cited by: 6.
This plan addresses emergency rehabilitation of fire damages. The burned area emergency stabilization and rehabilitation (ESR) team consisted of Mike Hawkes, John Earle and Brenda Zaun of Cibola NWR. The acre area burned by the fire was dominated by mature. the Big Windy Fire, the Calvert Peak Fire, and the Windy 16 Fire. These fires later grew together. The fire burned in steep, rugged terrain between the Wild Section of the Rogue River on the northern boundary and areas burned by the Biscuit Fire of on the southern boundary. The area has been designated as Late-Successional Reserve and to large. control of a wildland fire. Burned Area Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation (ESR) Team. A standing or ad hoc group of technical specialists (hydrologists, rangeland management specialists, biologists, soil scientists, etc.) that is assigned to prepare an Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation Plan. Emergency Stabilization. “Utilize information from burned area surveys to determine if watershed emergency fire rehabilitation is needed.” “Develop a fire rehabilitation plan through an interdisciplinary process.” “Select treatments on the basis of on –site values downstream values, probability of.
of the North Cascades National Park Complex [NOCA]) burned within and around the Flick Creek Fire perimeter and downstream impact areas, including privately owned parcels. The Plan was prepared in accordance with DM Part 3: Burned Area Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation and the draft Interagency Burned Area Rehabilitation Guidebook. This plan has been prepared in accordance with U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service policy. This plan provides burned area emergency stabilization and rehabilitation (ESR) recommendations for all lands burned within the Eureka and Boyd Fire perimeters and downstream impact areas including: public lands administered by the U.S Fish and Wildlife Service. The Burned Area Emergency Response Treatments Catalog (BAERCAT) was developed with the support and contributions of numerous individuals. The following regional and national Burned Area Emergency Response coordinators provided direction on the design, format, and content of the BAERCAT. Bruce Sims (R1) Jerry Freeouf (R2) Penny Luehring (R3). Emergency Stabilization - Burned Area Rehabiliation is not employed by or affiliated with the Land Conservation Assistance Network, and the Network does not certify or guarantee their services. The reader must perform their own due diligence and use their own judgment in the selection of any professional.