|Item type||Location||Call number||Status||Date due|
|BOOK||Foothills Lab||SD421.32.A6 P96 2016 (Browse shelf)||Available|
|No cover image available||No cover image available||No cover image available|
|SB957 .A45 2002 Agrochemical resistance :||SB959 .B4 Pesticides and pollution,||SB959 .C3 Silent spring.||SD421.32.A6 P96 2016 The Southwest :||SD421.32.R62 P96 2016 The Northern Rockies :||SD118 .E26 1997 Economics of carbon sequestration in forestry /||SD118 .I694 1957 The physiology of forest trees;|
Includes bibliographical references (pages 175-188) and index.
Prologue: cycles of fire -- Sacred mountains -- The Jemez: genesis effect -- The Mogollon: after the west was won -- The Huachucas: fire's borderlands -- The Kaibab: friendly fire -- Sky islands -- Rhymes with Chiricahua -- Top-down ecology: Mount Graham -- The view from Tanque Verde -- Borders and rims -- Reinventing a fire commons -- Thinking like a burnt mountain -- Under and over the Tonto Rim -- Rising from the ashes -- Squaring the triangle -- A refusal to mourn the death, by fire, of a crew in Yarnell -- Epilogue: the Southwest between two fires.
"The Southwest is part of the multivolume series describing the nation's fire scene region by region. The volumes in To the Last Smoke also cover California, the Northern Rockies, the Great Plains, Florida, and several other critical fire regions"-- Provided by publisher.