This chapter looks at developments of new fire management models during the 1970s and 1980s. Across the national park system, fire management planning moved to the forefront. A significant number of plans were written at parks as diverse as Mammoth Cave National Park and Antietam National Battlefield. The new emphasis on fire plans produced a higher caliber of document than ever seen before. Leading scholars played a key role, with many plan concepts stemming from their research.
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