Community diversity and wildfire risk
|Title:||Community diversity and wildfire risk: an archetype approach to understanding local capacity to plan for, respond to, and recover from wildfires.|
|Alternative Title:||Archetype approach to understanding local capacity to plan for, respond to, and recover from wildfires.|
Carroll, Matthew S. (Matthew Stephen), author.
Paveglio, Travis, author.
Ellison, Autumn, author.
Abrams, Jesse, author.
Moseley, Cassandra, author.
University of Oregon Ecosystem Workforce Program,, issuing body.
National Institute of Food and Agriculture (U.S.), sponsoring body.
Washington State University, sponsoring body.
University of Idaho, sponsoring body.
Portland State University, sponsoring body.
|Type of Resource:||text|
1 online resource (19 pages) : color illustrations
Title from PDF cover (viewed on July 9, 2015).
Logos: University of Oregon; Washington State University; University of Idaho; Portland State University.
Reviews 18 case studies to identify the general tendencies and characteristics for each community archetype that influence wildland urban interface residents' capacity and willingness to plan for, respond to, and recover from wildfire; then provides examples from the cases to illustrate how the tendencies in different archetypes can influence wildfire adaptation actions in communities.
Includes bibliographical references (page 19).
This research was supported by the USDA National Institute for Food and Agriculture, Grant # 2011-67023-30695
Mode of access: Internet from the Oregon Government Publications Collection.
Text in English.
Wildfires -- Prevention and control -- Social aspects -- West (U.S.)
Wildfires -- Prevention and control -- Government policy -- West (U.S.)
Wildland-urban interface -- West (U.S.)
Community psychology -- West (U.S.)
|Held by:||Oregon State Library|
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|Is Part of Series:||EWP working paper ; no. 50.|