Timber management and forest fire protection costs in Montana
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Timber management and forest fire protection costs in Montana report and recommendations of Joint Interim Subcommittee No. 2 to the 49th Legislature, required by House Joint Resolution 40, 48th Legislature. by Montana. Legislature. Joint Interim Subcommittee No. 2.

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Published by Montana Legislature in Helena, Mont. (Rm. 138, State Capitol, Helena 59620) .
Written in English

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  • Montana,
  • Montana.

Subjects:

  • Forest fires -- Montana -- Prevention and control -- Costs.,
  • Forest reserves -- Montana -- Management.,
  • Forest fires -- Law and legislation -- Compliance costs -- Montana.,
  • Forest fires -- Law legislation -- Compliance costs -- Montana.,
  • Timber -- Montana.

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LC ClassificationsSD421.32.M9 M66 1984
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2666116M
LC Control Number85620699

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Big Timber Volunteer Fire Department, Big Timber, Montana. likes. The Big Timber Volunteer Fire Department strives to provides fire protection and emergency response to the citizens and guests of 3/5(2).   This report (4M PDF) examines how residential development adds to the costs of fighting wildfires, using Montana as a case study. Our findings document a strong correlation between the costs of fighting wildfires and the number of homes threatened and the potential for significant increases in the costs of fire protection if current development trends continue. The guideline focus on structural fire protection in timber structures by providing detailed guidance on load-bearing and separating functions of timber structures under standard fire exposure. New design methods are presented: they have been developed recently, and will be potential input to the next revision of Eurocode Size: 2MB. Forest roads connect the most remote parts of the forest to existing township, county and state roads and highways, providing access to forest lands for timber management, fish and wildlife habitat improvement, fire control, hunting and a variety of recreational activities. For the purpose of these.