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New synthesis of wildland fire smoke science
A comprehensive, open access book on smoke from wildland fires across the U.S. is now available. Wildland Fire Smoke in the United States: A Scientific Assessment synthesizes the physical, chemical, biological, social, and policy issues critical to mitigating the impacts of smoke from wildland fires.
- Views of “no-bid” timber sales from the National Forest System (NFS), volume I: ranking of perceptions of proximate causes, underlying factors, and proposed solutions, based on closed-ended responses from a survey of NFS employees
Frey, Gregory E.; Wilkens, Philadelphia; Bruck, Sonia R.
- Do property tax benefits for forest landowners work? A review of effectiveness at retaining and promoting active management of private forests
Frey, Gregory E.
- Producers, production, marketing, and sales of non-timber forest products in the United States: a review and synthesis
Frey, Gregory E.; Chamberlain, James L.; Jacobson, Michael G.
- Tax Tips for Forest Landowners: 2022 Tax Year.
Li, Yanshu; Cushing, Tamara L.; Frey, Gregory E.
- A perpetual flow of benefits: wilderness economic values in an evolving, multicultural society
Holmes, Thomas P., ed.