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U.S. Fire Learning Network Field Guide 2007

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The U.S. Fire Learning Network Field Guide 2007 contains information on many of the regional networks and landscapes active that year. These include the Great Plains (Central Platte, Loess Hills, Lower Cedar, Middle Niobrara Sandhills, Packsaddle – Black Kettle, Prairie Coteau, Refugio-Goliad Prairie), Intermountain West (Grouse Creek – Raft River, Juniper Mountain, Moses Coulee, Mount Grant, Snake Range, Spring Mountains), Laurentian Mixed Forest (Border Lakes, Lake Alexander – Camp Ripley), Northeastern (Albany Pine Bush, Long Island Central Pine Barrens, Shawangunk Ridge, Ossipee Pine Barrens, Waterboro Barrens), Northwestern (Tieton, Upper Deschutes Basin), Southcentral (Bayou, Land Between the Lakes, Lower Ouachita – Warren Prairie), Southeastern (Gulf Coastal Plain Ecosystem Partnership (GCPEP), Onslow Bight) and Southwestern (Culebra Range) regional networks and the Centennial Valley, Hayfork Basin and Huachuca demonstration landscapes.