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The following lists the products and services that members of the Geo Elements, LLC team have provided:

· Eastern Goleta Valley/San Marcos Pass Mountainous Communities Community Wildfire Protection Plan, Santa Barbara County, in progress

· Fire and Weather Analyses for Fire Danger Operating Plans, California State Office, Bureau of Land Management, June 2016

· City of Dunsmuir Community Wildfire Protection Plan, May 2016

· Montecito Community Wildfire Protection Plan, February 2016

· Proposed Coolwater-Lugo Transmission Line, Wildland Fire Assessment—Aspen Environmental Group, 2015

· City of La Verne Community Wildfire Protection Plan, February 2014 

· Management Environmental Review Project Description, City of Goleta Community Wildfire Protection Plan and Butterfly Habitat Plan, October 2013

· Barry Point Fire Retrospective and Lessons Learned    - Winema-Fremont National Forest, February 2013

· Sevier County Community Wildfire Protection Plans (4) - Acord Lake/Salina Creek, Monroe Mtn/Cove Mtn, Fishlake Basin, and Sevier/Clear Creek/Pahvant, August 2012

· Revision of Santa Monica Mountain Communities Wildfire Protection Plan, April 2012

· City of Goleta Community Wildfire Protection Plan, March 2012

· A Synthesis of Fuel Moisture Collection Methods and Equipment: a Desk and Field Guide, Authors Sue Zahn and Carol Henson, March 2011

· Wildland Fire Hazard Assessments for Castle Crags State Park and McArthur-Burney Falls State Park, California State Parks and Recreation, March 2010

· Integrated Wildland Fire Management Plan for Nellis Air Force Base and Nevada Test & Training Range, August 2009

· A Fire Behavior Analysis to Evaluate Clearance Requirements Around Structures in Ventura County, CA, Poster Session, 2nd Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference,March 2007

· Validation of 100-Foot Clearance Requirement as it relates to Firefighter Safety, Ventura County Fire Department, 2006

· Rapid-Response Fire Behavior Research and Real-Time Monitoring, Fire Management Today, Summer 2005

· Real-Time Evaluation of Effects of Fuel-Treatments and Other Previous Land Management Activities on Fire Behavior, Joint Fire Sciences, co-author and fire operations lead, September 2004

· Santa Anita Canyon Fire Behavior Assessment, Angeles National Forest, September 2004

· San Bernardino National Forest Fire Behavior and Fuels Assessments, multiple communities within and adjacent to the forest, 2003 and 2004

· Wildland Fuels Management Strategy, Shasta-Trinity National Forest’s Forest Fire Management Plan

· Hazard/Risk Assessment for the Trinity Alps Wilderness Fire Restriction Policy, Shasta Trinity National Forest

In addition to the above, we have extensive experience in the development of local and state level cooperative fire protection agreements with fire departments and land conservancy agencies.

For additional information please email Carol Henson

 

 

 

 

 

 

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