Proceedings of the Fire History Workshop, October 20-24, 1980, Tucson, Arizona Public Deposited

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  • The purpose of the workshop was to exchange information on sampling procedures, research methodologies, preparation and interpretation of specimen material, terminology, and the application and significance of findings, emphasizing the relationship of dendrochronology procedures to fire history interpretations.
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  • The Dendrochronology of Fire History -- Fire History of a Mixed Conifer Forest In Guadalupe Mountains National Park -- The Composite Fire Interval -- A Tool for More Accurate Interpretation of Fire History -- Sonoran Desert Fire Ecology -- Some Questions about Fire Ecology in Southwestern Canyon Woodlands -- Fire History of Western Redcedar/Hemlock Forests In Northern Idaho -- Fire Frequency in Subalpine Forests of Yellowstone National Park -- Interpreting Fire History in Jasper National Park, Alberta -- Indian Fires In the Pre-Settlement Forests of Western Montana -- Fire History of Kananaskis Provincial Park - Mean Fire Return Intervals -- Interpretation of Fire Scar Data from a Ponderosa Pine Ecosystem in the Central Rocky Mountains, Colorado -- Fire History of Two Montane Forest Areas of Zion National Park -- The Use of Land Survey Records In Estimating Presettlement Fire Frequency -- Fire History and Man-Induced Fire Problems in Subtropical South Florida -- Fire History of a Western Larch/Douglas-Fir Forest Type in Northwestern Montana -- Fire History - Blue Mountains, Oregon -- Fire History, Junipero Sierra Peak, Central Coastal California -- Land Use and Fire History in the Mountains of Southern California -- Fire History in the Yellow Pine Forest of Kings Canyon National Park -- The Influence of Fire in Coast Redwood Forests -- Forest Fire History Research in Ontario: A Problem Analysis -- Fire Recurrence and Vegetation in the Lichen Woodlands of the Northwest Territories, Canada -- Hunter-Gatherers and Problems for Fire History -- Forest Fire History: Ecological Significance and Dating Problems in the North Swedish Boreal Forest -- Fire History at the Treeline In Northern Quebec: A Paleocliinatic Tool -- Bibliography on Fire History: A Supplement -- Fire History Terminology: Report of the Ad Hoc Committee -- Workshop Summary: Who Cares about Fire History?
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