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Title: This document is contained within the Fire Management Toolbox on Wilderness.net. Since other related resources found in this toolbox may be of interest, you can visit this toolbox by visiting the following URL:


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  • This document is contained within the Fire
    Management Toolbox on Wilderness.net. Since other
    related resources found in this toolbox may be of
    interest, you can visit this toolbox by visiting
    the following URL http//www.wilderness.net/index
    .cfm?fusetoolboxessecfire. All toolboxes are
    products of the Arthur Carhart National
    Wilderness Training Center.

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Appropriate Management Response
AMR is any specific action taken in response to a
wildland fire suitable to meet protection or fire
use objectives described in the fire management
plan.
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IGNITION
Cause FMP
STRAGETIC FIRE SIZE-UP
Suppression Response
WFU Candidate
AMR (strategies/tactics)
WFU Response
Suppression Response
AMR (strategies/tactics)
AMR (strategies/tactics)
WFSA/LTIP
WFIP
WFSA/LTIP
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AMR Options
  • Monitoring from a distance
  • Monitoring onsite
  • Confinement
  • Monitoring with limited contingency actions
  • Monitoring with mitigation actions
  • Initial attack
  • Suppression with multiple strategies
  • Control and extinguish
  • Point protection
  • Management Action Points
  • Any combination of some or all of the above
    tactics

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Appropriate Management Response References
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Appropriate Management Response References
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Appropriate Management Response References
http//www.nifc.gov/fire_policy/ www.fs.fed.us/fi
re/wfsa/index.htm Appropriate Management
Response Communications Plan Northern
Rockies Review and Update of the 1995 Federal
Wildland Fire Management Policy (January 2001)
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Appropriate Management Response Wildland Fire
Implementation Plan
  • WFIP
  • What it is
  • Used for
  • Contents
  • Stage I
  • Stage II
  • Stage III
  • WFIPs dynamic, risk assessment, tactical, and
    strategic documents.

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Wildland Fire Situation Analysis (WFSA)
  • What is a WFSA
  • What is a WFSA used for
  • Long Term Implementation Plans (LTIP)
  • What is a LTIP
  • When LTIP Needed
  • Contents of LTIP

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Planned Development WFDSS Wildland Fire Decision
Support System
  • Create a process that -
  • Is internet-based
  • Provides decision support
  • FS PRO, RAVAR, SCI
  • Documents strategic decisions
  • Supports operational planning
  • Is scalable responsive to complexity
  • Is spatially oriented does not require large
    text inputs
  • Is applicable to all unplanned wildland fires as
    a single process
  • Replaces the WFSA, WFIP LTIP

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RA Roles Responsibilities
  • Resource Advisor
  • Long-term continuity during fire event.
  • Deliver the resource message to IMT
  • Liaison between AA and the IC/FUMA
  • Works for AA provides leaders intent
  • Pre-Season Roles and Responsibilities
  • Incident Roles and Responsibilities
  • Post Incident Roles and Responsibilities

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RA References
www.wilderness.net/index
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Local Workshop Delivery
  • Using your skills, knowledge, and experience
    discuss different instructional methods you could
    use at the local level to deliver critical
    information relative to the roles and
    responsibilities of the RA.
  • AMR-overview
  • WFIP-
  • WFSA-LTIP
  • Review the list of roles and responsibilities of
    the RA. Based on your knowledge, skills, and
    abilities validate the instructors guide.
  • Each group be prepared to report out.
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