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Indeed, fire can be an extremely useful tool to the land manager. The intentional use of fire to achieve management objectives, otherwise known as prescribed fire, involves reduction of fuel hazards such as small trees and surface fuels accumulating on the forest floor. Other land management objectives (among many) for prescribed fire include improvement of wildlife habitat and creation of a favorable seedbed for plants requiring a bare mineral soil for seed regeneration (see Chapter 5). Thus many in our society view fire as possessing a split personality; it can be both a vexing enemy and a dutiful servant.
Locations, such as Florida, North Carolina, and Michigan. By contrast, the number of houses lost in wildland fires is much lower in southern Spain, Italy, and Greece, where building materials are generally nonflammable. So, part of the problem with burned homes in the United States may be related to our choice of home construction materials. S. wildland fires involving loss of houses and structures are noted in Chapter 3. The 2002 fire season destroyed hundreds of homes and outbuildings while producing the largest fires ever recorded in Arizona and Colorado, almost 500,000 acres (202,429 ha), and 137,000 acres (55,466 ha), respectively.
Forest Service, Chapter 3). M. policy in these areas, particularly ponderosa pine (P. ponderosa) ecosystems in the western United States. In those systems, contemporary wildfires burn with greater severity than observed in the past, largely because of fuel accumulations that accompanied fire exclusionary practices during the twentieth century (Arno and Brown 1991; Agee 1993; Covington and Moore 1994; Mutch 1970; Pollet and Omi 2002). At higher elevations, fires were historically less frequent, but periodic burning still left indelible imprints on the landscape in terms of forest structure, ecological processes, and the landscape mosaic.