5 Mar 2008, 12:19pm
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The “Roadless Rule” and Global Warming - What You Should Really Know

Hageman, Harriet M. The “Roadless Rule” and Global Warming - What You Should Really Know. Wyoming Agriculture Dec. 2007/Jan. 2008

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20 Feb 2008, 5:07pm
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Late Succession Is Eco-Babble Nonsense

Dubrasich, Mike. Late Succession Is Eco-Babble Nonsense. 2008. Western Institute for Study of the Environment.

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19 Jan 2008, 1:26pm
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The Wrath of Kuhn

Pyne, Stephen J. The Wrath of Kuhn: Meditations on Fire Philosophy. Informal talk presented to Association of Fire Ecology, November, 2006.

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26 Dec 2007, 2:03pm
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“The Solution is Aircraft”: Aircraft and the Political Economy of Canadian Forest Fires

Pyne, Stephen J. “The Solution is Aircraft”: Aircraft and the Political Economy of Canadian Forest Fires. American Review of Canadian Studies, 2006, pp 458-477.

Stephen J. Pyne is Regents Professor in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University and author of 18 books and numerous essays. This essay derives from Pyne’s newest book, Awful Splendour: A Fire History of Canada.

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26 Dec 2007, 1:29pm
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Burning Border

Pyne, Stephen J., Burning Border. Environmental History, 12 (Oct 2007)

Stephen J. Pyne is Regents Professor in the School of Life Sciences at Arizona State University and author of 18 books and numerous essays. This essay derives from Pyne’s newest book, Awful Splendour: A Fire History of Canada.

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14 Dec 2007, 1:39pm
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Your Political Will Does Not Mean A Damn Thing

Petersen, James D. Your Political Will Does Not Mean A Damn Thing. Speech to the Lolo Resource Advisory Council, Hamilton, Montana, November 27, 2007

James D. Petersen is Executive Director, The Evergreen Foundation [here]

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12 Dec 2007, 1:43pm
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Historical Fire Cycles in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks

Van Wagner, Charles E., Mark A. Finney, and Mark Heathcott. Historical Fire Cycles in the Canadian Rocky Mountain Parks. Forest Science 52(6) 2006, (704-717).

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11 Dec 2007, 7:23pm
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Burning Banff

Pyne, Stephen J. Burning Banff. Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and the Environment 11.2 (Summer 2004).

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9 Dec 2007, 8:23pm
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Forestry in Indian Country: Models of Sustainability for Our Nation’s Forests?

Various authors. Edited by Petersen, James D. Evergreen Magazine, Winter 2005-2006

(James D. Petersen is Executive Director of The Evergreen Foundation and Publisher, Evergreen Magazine, [here])

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8 Dec 2007, 5:16pm
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Back to the Rim: The Story of the Warm Fire

Dubrasich, Mike. Back to the Rim: The Story of the Warm Fire. Western Institute for Study of the Environment, 2007.

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6 Dec 2007, 4:11pm
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National Forests at a Crossroads

Marker, John F. National Forests at a Crossroads. National Forestry, Spring 2007.

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4 Dec 2007, 2:16pm
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Testimony of John A. Helms before the US Senate, Oct 2007

Testimony of Dr. John A. Helms: Responses to Questions for the Record
Following Sept 24, 2007, Hearings by the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

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What is the Forest Service doing right and what is it doing wrong?

Speech by James D. Petersen, Executive Director, The Evergreen Foundation and Publisher, Evergreen Magazine,

at the USDA Forest Service Office of Communications and Legislative Affairs Conference, Embassy Suites Hotel, Phoenix, Arizona November 18, 2003.

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Blazes On The New Frontier

Pyne, Stephen J., Regents Professor, School of Life Sciences, Arizona State University

This essay originally appeared in the The Washington Post, Oct. 28, 2007; Page B01

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