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Fuels references

Anderson, HE. 1982. Aids to Determining Fuel Models For Estimating Fire Behavior. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report INT-122. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, UT. 22 p.

Andrews, PL. 1986. BEHAVE: Fire Behavior Prediction and Fuel Modeling Subsystem- BURN Subsystem, Part 1. USDA Forest Service. GTR INT-194. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, UT. 130p.

Finney, MA. 1998. FARSITE: Fire Area Simulator- Model Development and Evaluation. Rocky Mountain Research Station Research Paper, RMRS-RP-4. 47p.

Franklin, J. 1997. Forest Service Southern California Mapping Project: Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Final Report. Unpublished report. 11p.

National Park Service. 1997. Riparian Polygon Dominant Species Cover Estimation. Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area. Unpublished report. 5p.

Riggan, P.J., Goode, S., Jacks, P.M., Lockwood, R.N. 1988. Interaction of Fire and Community Development in Chaparral of Southern California, Ecological Monographs. 58(3):155-176.

Rothermel, RC. 1972. A Mathematical model for Predicting Fire Spread in Wild Land Fuels. USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Research Paper, INT-115, Ogden, UT. 40p.

Rothermel, RC., Rinehard, GC. 1983. Field procedures for verification and adjustment of fire behavior predictions. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report INT-142. Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, Ogden, UT. 25p.

Specht, R.L. 1969. A comparison of sclerophllous vegetation characteristic of Mediterranean type climates in France, California, and Southern Australia. Australian Journal of Botany. 17: 293-308.

VanWilgen, BW, Le Maitre, DC, and Kruger, FJ. 1985. Fire modelling in South African fynbos (macchia) vegetation and predictions from Rothermel's fire model. Journal of Applied Ecology. 22. 207-216.

Weise, DR, and Regelbrugge, JC. 1997.Recent chaparral fuel modeling efforts, submitted to California Fuels Committee Newsletter. Prescribed Fire and Fire Effects Research Unit, Riverside Fire Laboratory, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 3p.