Wilderness fire policy: an investigation of visitor knowledge and beliefs
Intermountain Forest & Range Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1976 - Forest fires - 17 pages
Discusses the attitudes and knowledge of wilderness visitors towards wilderness fire suppression policy.
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acceptable statements acres advocating no suppression allowed to burn attitude change attitudes about fire Basically True Basically cognitive component Correct answer correctly disease and insects ecosystems False Not sure feelings fire knowledge test fire management program fire suppression policies fires in wilderness fires were allowed Forest Service gain public habitat hard to decide Heinselman Intensive fire control Intermountain West Intermt Kilgore large fire occurring latitude of acceptance Missoula modified fire suppression modified wilderness fire National Park National Park Service natural role northern Rocky Mountains Outdoor Recreation percent persons choosing persons selecting public attitudes public support question Range Exp range of acceptable reject resource management Rocky Mountain forests role of fire sample Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness Sherif soon as possible Stankey STATEMENT G support for modified suppression in wilderness suppression statements Table True Basically False unacceptable USDA wilderness areas WILDERNESS FIRE POLICY wilderness fire suppression wilderness users wildlife