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Armstrong, Bill. 1998. “Analysis of the Risk of Crown Fire Initiation and Spread in the Valle Ecosystem management Area on the Espanola District of the Santa Fe National Forest, Northern New Mexico.” U.S. Forest Service document.

Baum, Howard R. and Ronald G. Rehm. 2001. Modeling Community-Scale Fire Spread. Two-page summary included in correspondence, 12 March.

Carpenter, Kelly. 2001. Presentation to the Natural Disasters Roundtable Forum on Urban/Wildland Fire. January 26, 2001. Washington, DC.

Cleaves, David. 2001. Fires in the Wildland Urban Interface: Dilemmas of Duality and the Role of National Science Leadership. Presentation at forum, Urban and Wildland Fire. Natural Disasters Roundtable, January 26 in Washington, D.C.

Gibson, Robert. 2000. It was bad, but it could have been far worse. We can be thankful. Reprinted in Los Alamos Monitor, Cerro Grande Fire Special Edition. June 18, 2000. P. 46.

IPCC. 2001. Climate Change 2001: Intergovermental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Third Assessment Synthesis Report. Cambridge University Press.

ISO. 1997. The Wildland/Urban Fire Hazard. Insurance Issues Series. Quincy, Mass.: Insurance Services Office.

Janofsky, Michael. 2000. “West's Governors Back Clinton Plan for Fighting Fires.” New York Times. 19 September.

Kovacs, Paul. 2001. Wildfires and Insurance. Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction. Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). 2000. A Special Edition of the SWEIS Yearbook Wildfire 2000. LA-UR-00-3471. Los Alamos, New Mexico. August.

Marble, John. 2000. Los Alamos Evacuated! Reprinted in Los Alamos Monitor, Cerro Grande Fire Special Edition. June 18, 2000. P. 14.

National Park Service. 2000. “Bandelier National Monument to Conduct Prescribed Fire Projects.” Press release. Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos, NM. May 4.

NIFC. 2000. Wildland Fire Season 2000 at a Glance. 14 November. Available on: <http://www.nifc.gov/fireinfo/nfn11-14Summ.html>.

NIFC. 2001. Wildland Fire Statistics. Total Fires and Acres 1960-2000. 19 June. Available on: <http://www.nifc.gov/stats/wildlandfirestats.html>.

Platt, Rutherford H. 1999. “The Bay Area: One Disaster after Another”. Chapter 8 in Disasters and Democracy: The Politics of Extreme Natural Events. Washington, D.C.: Island Press.



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TO BURN OR NOT TO BURN: SUMMARY OF THE FORUM ON URBAN/WILDLAND FIRE REFERENCES Armstrong, Bill. 1998. “Analysis of the Risk of Crown Fire Initiation and Spread in the Valle Ecosystem management Area on the Espanola District of the Santa Fe National Forest, Northern New Mexico.” U.S. Forest Service document. Baum, Howard R. and Ronald G. Rehm. 2001. Modeling Community-Scale Fire Spread. Two-page summary included in correspondence, 12 March. Carpenter, Kelly. 2001. Presentation to the Natural Disasters Roundtable Forum on Urban/Wildland Fire. January 26, 2001. Washington, DC. Cleaves, David. 2001. Fires in the Wildland Urban Interface: Dilemmas of Duality and the Role of National Science Leadership. Presentation at forum, Urban and Wildland Fire. Natural Disasters Roundtable, January 26 in Washington, D.C. Gibson, Robert. 2000. It was bad, but it could have been far worse. We can be thankful. Reprinted in Los Alamos Monitor, Cerro Grande Fire Special Edition. June 18, 2000. P. 46. IPCC. 2001. Climate Change 2001: Intergovermental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Third Assessment Synthesis Report. Cambridge University Press. ISO. 1997. The Wildland/Urban Fire Hazard. Insurance Issues Series. Quincy, Mass.: Insurance Services Office. Janofsky, Michael. 2000. “West's Governors Back Clinton Plan for Fighting Fires.” New York Times. 19 September. Kovacs, Paul. 2001. Wildfires and Insurance. Institute for Catastrophic Loss Reduction. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). 2000. A Special Edition of the SWEIS Yearbook Wildfire 2000. LA-UR-00-3471. Los Alamos, New Mexico. August. Marble, John. 2000. Los Alamos Evacuated! Reprinted in Los Alamos Monitor, Cerro Grande Fire Special Edition. June 18, 2000. P. 14. National Park Service. 2000. “Bandelier National Monument to Conduct Prescribed Fire Projects.” Press release. Bandelier National Monument, Los Alamos, NM. May 4. NIFC. 2000. Wildland Fire Season 2000 at a Glance. 14 November. Available on: <http://www.nifc.gov/fireinfo/nfn11-14Summ.html>. NIFC. 2001. Wildland Fire Statistics. Total Fires and Acres 1960-2000. 19 June. Available on: <http://www.nifc.gov/stats/wildlandfirestats.html>. Platt, Rutherford H. 1999. “The Bay Area: One Disaster after Another”. Chapter 8 in Disasters and Democracy: The Politics of Extreme Natural Events. Washington, D.C.: Island Press.

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TO BURN OR NOT TO BURN: SUMMARY OF THE FORUM ON URBAN/WILDLAND FIRE Sampson, Neil. 2000. Final Report to U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service on Wildland Urban Interface Mapping Project.