Coal Seam Fire, Burned Area Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation Plan, White River National Forest Bureau of Land Management, Glenwood Springs District, June 28, 2002

 
9781236385703: Coal Seam Fire, Burned Area Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation Plan, White River National Forest Bureau of Land Management, Glenwood Springs District, June 28, 2002
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 2002* Excerpt: ...by suppression activities, and on uninfested areas adjacent to known populations of noxious weeds. Also monitor for Russian knapweed and yellow toadflax which are suspected to be fire area. REFERENCES Colorado Weed Management Association. 2000. Troublesome Weeds of the Rocky Mountain West. FEIS, Fire Effects Information System. 2002. http://www.fs.fed.us/database/feis/ Garfield County Weed Advisory Board. 2001. Garfield County Noxious Weed Management Plan. Lindauer, Ivo E., et.al., 1982. Terrestrial Ecosystems of Northwest Colorado, An Annotated Bibliography and Vegetation Classification. Lyon, Peggy, John Sovell, and Joe Rocchio. 2001. Survey of Critical Biological Resources, Garfield County, Colorado. Colorado Natural Heritage Program. USDA, Forest Service. 2002. Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) White River National Forest Land and Resource Management Plan. USDI, BLM. 1983. FEIS, Glenwood Springs Resource Management Plan. USOI, BLM. 1991. FEIS, Colorado Oil & Gas Leasing & Development. USDI, BLM. 1999. Glenwood Springs Resource Area, Final Oil and Gas SEIS. Weber, William A. and Ronald C. Wittmann. 1996. Colorado Flora: Western Slope. Whitson, Tom D. (Ed). 1996. Weeds of the West. Michael P. Dolan, Rangeland Management Specialist/Botanist, BLM, (530) 233-4666 INTERAGENCY BURNED AREA EMERGENCY STABILIZATION AND REHABILITATION PLAN COAL SEAM FIRE CULTURAL RESOURCE ASSESSMENT I. OBJECTIVES Assess potential damage to cultural resources for the purpose of recommending treatments to stabilize and rehabilitate archaeological sites, traditional cultural properties, and historic structures from adverse effects following wildland fire, suppression activities and rehabilitation projects. Conduct assessments as necessary to meet federal legal requ...

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