Area of Forest Land Burned by Level of Protection, Response Category, Productivity Class, Stocking Class, Maturity Class Wildland fire has a major impact on the sustainability of many Canadian forests. Fire policies attempt to balance suppression costs with values at risk while recognizing the natural role of fire in managing the landscape. There are three aspects of wildland fire in Canada: fire regimes, fire management, and fire research. 1995-04-01 2017-06-29 Natural Resources Canada open-ouvert@tbs-sct.gc.ca Nature and EnvironmentArea of Forest Land BurnedLevel of ProtectionResponse CategoryProductivity ClassStocking ClassMaturity Class DatasetCSV http://nfdp.ccfm.org/data/compendium/excel/comp_34e.xls DatasetCSV http://nfdp.ccfm.org/data/compendium/excel/comp_34f.xls

Area of Forest Land Burned by Level of Protection, Response Category, Productivity Class, Stocking Class, Maturity Class

Wildland fire has a major impact on the sustainability of many Canadian forests. Fire policies attempt to balance suppression costs with values at risk while recognizing the natural role of fire in managing the landscape. There are three aspects of wildland fire in Canada: fire regimes, fire management, and fire research.

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