A unique guide to solutions and strategies for managing fire at the urban edge. Offers analytical tools and comprehensive summaries not found in other manuals dealing with fire mitigation. Designed as a reference. Managing Fire in the Urban Wildland Interface provides information on codes and laws and includes case studies, tables, figures, suggested websites, and other source material. Draws on best practices from California, with lessons applicable nationwide.
Equally useful to state, federal, and local agency staff and officials; fire agency staff; attorneys; architects; landscape architects; property owners; developers; insurance company managers; and business and community leaders.
Authors: Kenneth Blonski, Cheryl Miller, and Carol L. Rice
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