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Fireline reclamation on two fire sites in interior Alaska
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management in Alaska
Written in English
Observations on the effects of the practices used in constructing and reclaiming firelines from the Wickersham Dome fire of 1971 and the Alps fire in 1975.
|Statement||by Larry Knapman|
|Series||BLM-Alaska resource management note -- 1, BLM-Alaska resource management note -- 1.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||23 p. :|
|Number of Pages||23|
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Bureau of Land Management. Publication date Pages: In Interior Alaska, firelines are often constructed to help control and contain wildfires. In the early 's and early 's, the firelines were built, as in the western states, by tractors with bulldozer blades that scraped off the organic mat, knocked down.
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Phase I of this study was an assessment of past reclamation activities on 13 Interior Alaska placer mined streams. Approximately 77% of the sites were found to have greater widths than the predicated stable widths, with the same approximate percentage being too shallow as compared to.
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One statistic I am happy to see is a new record. A fire in Interior Alaska in the summer of The short term aftermath of a forest fire is readily apparent, but fire is a natural and important part of the ecosystem in Interior Alaska. Mike Taras, a wildlife educator with the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, said historically, these fires burned an estimated to 2-million acres.Forest fires produced hazy skies over interior Alaska in the first week of July This natural-color (photo-like) image from the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer on NASA’s Aqua satellite shows several lightning-triggered fires (outlined in red) southwest of Fairbanks, Alaska, on July The largest was the combined Bear Lake/Minto Flats South Fire; according to the.occurs after the fire and before natural revegetation can occur.
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