Location: Livestock and Range Research LaboratoryTitle: Barriers to prescribed fire in the US Great Plains, Part II: Critical review of presently used and potentially expandable solutions
|CLARK, AUTUMN - North Dakota State University|
|GEAUMONT, BEJAMIN - North Dakota State University|
|OTT, JACQUELINE - Forest Service (FS)|
|KREUTER, URS - Texas A&M University|
Submitted to: Land
Publication Type: Review Article
Publication Acceptance Date: 9/7/2022
Publication Date: 9/9/2022
Citation: Clark, A., McGranahan, D.A., Geaumont, B.A., Wonkka, C.L., Ott, J.P., Kreuter, U. 2022. Barriers to prescribed fire in the US Great Plains, Part II: Critical review of presently used and potentially expandable solutions. Land. 11(9). Article 1524. https://doi.org/10.3390/land11091524.
Interpretive Summary: A review of existing and potentially applicable solutions to increase prescribed fire use by land managers in the Great Plains.
Technical Abstract: This is the second part of a three-part series on the barriers to prescribed fire use in the Great Plains. While the first part presented a systematic review of published papers on the barriers to prescribed fire use, specifically regarding perceptions and attitudes of land managers, this second part reviews the solutions that are employed to increase prescribed fire use by land managers in the Great Plains. First, the review compiled the solutions currently and ubiquitously employed to promote fire use and how they have been documented to address barriers. Second, potentially expandable solutions used in similar natural resource issues and communities were reviewed as possible solutions to the unaddressed aspects of remaining barriers that limit fire use.