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American Indian Use of Fire in the Ecosystems - Research paper prepared by Gerald W. Williams, Ph.D., USDA-Forest Service. Published May 18, 2001

Archbold Biological Station - Research facility devoted to long-term ecological research and conservation. Contains operational information about the institute and upcoming training and activities

Bibliography of Fire Ecology in Australia - Maintained by Firenet, an online information service dedicated to wildland fire issues
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Canadian Fire Research Network - One of ten Science and Technical Research Networks of the Canadian Forest Service of Natural Resources Canada...(English and French language)
Fire and Environment Research Applications Team - News from forefront of fire and smoke research
Fire Ecology - Balancing concerns about the threat of fire with its usefulness as a forest management tool is the dilemma facing policy makers and forest managers in this new century. Downloadable from Temperate Forest Foundation's Eco-Links Page
Fire Ecology/American Lands Alliance - Recommended forest fire policy modifications. Commentary on year 2000 fire season. Maintained by American Lands Alliance

Fire Ecology/National Park Service - information regarding the ecology of fire

Fire Ecology Database - Contains fire ecology database maintained by Tall Timbers Research Station

Fire Effects Information System - Database on fire effects searchable by plant and animal species. Maintained by the USDA-Forest Service
  Fire in North American Wetland Ecosystems and Fire-Wildlife Relations - Explains role of fire in both upland and wetland communities