Significant scientific progress has been made in fire management over the decades, from the time that any human-made forest fire was to be extinguished by sundown and any wildfire was to be controlled, if practical, by ten o’clock the following morning.Prescribed fire on public lands was originally prohibited, period.
Other miscues include a misplaced word here and there, and most significantly the failure of the original author (Steeleman and Burke) or the current editor (Fillmore) to identify some values in Table 1 (page 34) as being negative.
Transferring the original script from standard-sized magazines to the five-by-seven-inch text has also caused some of the figures to have limited value because of small print, for example pages 35, 123, and 124.
The book gives a good history of forest fires from the early twentieth century unto the present day.
The one limitation is the numerous errors in hyphenation that have resulted from transposing the text from one document to another.
It is hoped that this resource library will serve present and future generations of addiction professionals, recovery coaches and recovery advocates.
This Collection Of Research Papers Presents A Complete Picture Of The Jain Community`S Way Of Life, Its People And Its Culture.The purpose of this site is to create a single location where such material may be located by those interested in the history of addiction treatment and recovery in the United States.Those papers selected for inclusion contain all of the articles and monographs authored by William White on the new recovery advocacy movement, recovery management and recovery-oriented systems of care.The range of papers deals exclusively with National Forests, National Parks, and Indian reservations, but no mention is made of the lands of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).I find that surprising because of the extensive land holdings of BLM.Those limitations aside, the book is worth a good read.This site contains the full text of more than 300 articles, 8 monographs, 30 recovery tools, 9 book chapters, 3 books, and links to an additional 18 books written by William White and co-authors over the past four decades as well as more than 100 interviews with addiction treatment and recovery leaders.The First Part Deals With Jain Society, The Second With Jain Religion And The Concluding Part Relates To Jain Culture.Scholars And Lay Readers Interested In Various Aspects Of Jainology Will Find It Useful.Stapleton, who joined the Duke faculty in 2005, is the Dan and Bunny Gabel Associate Professor of Environmental Ethics and Sustainable Environmental Management She also serves as deputy director of the Duke University Superfund Center.An environmental chemist by training, she is widely cited for her research on identifying flame- retardant chemicals in consumer products and evaluating human exposures to them, particularly in children.