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Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation

Taxonomy Code: TH-1800.1900-100

Programs that assess damage caused by major fires and implement a rehabilitation plan that will prevent loss of life and property and reduce further natural resource damage through soil erosion. Work often begins before the fire is fully contained and includes measures to stabilize soil, control water flow, minimize sediment and debris runoff, protect the ecosystem and watersheds and mitigate significant threats to health, safety, life, property and downstream values such as municipal water supply reservoirs that may be at risk. Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team members generally come from a number of government agencies and may include hydrologists, wildlife biologists, archaeologists, soils scientists, landscape architects, geologists, ecologists, engineers, foresters, botanists, and GIS specialists.

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