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What is a Long Term Implementation Plan Used for?. Changed Fire Environment:. Drought/fuels buildup/climate change—longer fire seasons Long duration fires need a long duration plan Worth investment up front to consider what the options may be for tactics

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changed fire environment
Changed Fire Environment:
  • Drought/fuels buildup/climate change—longer fire seasons
  • Long duration fires need a long duration plan
  • Worth investment up front to consider what the options may be for tactics
  • Allows for big picture approach especially when traditional tactics and strategy to fire may be ineffective
  • Resource competition at peak periods/prioritize actions
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Ponderosa Pine

Douglas-fir

Alpine Fir

Whitebark Pine

Northern Rockies Fire Dynamics

Red lines indicate historical averages, blue lines indicate 2007 situations

management efficiencies concept
Management Efficiencies Concept:
  • Preplanned actions with estimated costs
  • Allows for choices/tradeoffs/analysis of various options in advance of implementation
  • Identify where the most effective places to meet objectives
  • Choose the strategy and tactics that have a high probability for success
  • Can be used to help set principles for cost share agreements
  • Effective use and mobility of resources
  • Improved cost management strategy
values to be protected
Values to Be Protected:
  • Identify values to protect and put into adocument
  • Include all potentially affected jurisdictions and entities
  • Identify those opportunities to meet everyone’s objectives
  • Effective use of resources
  • Quantify, assess, and determine the likelihood of fire impacts
operational actions to mitigate risk
Operational Actions to Mitigate Risk:
  • Plan for measures to adequately mitigate the risk
  • Response be commensurate with the values to protect
  • Develop timeline for implementation in advance of the fire
  • Utilize decision support tools to inform tactical actions
  • Plan for contingencies
  • Monitor actions and fire behavior and adjust actions to meet objectives
  • Validate continuously the risk assessment
  • Validate that proposed actions are still effective prior to implementation
  • The right resource at the right place and the righttime
supporting the planning and documentation effort
Supporting the Planning and Documentation Effort:
  • Identifies the need to communicate and coordinate with all affected parties—cooperators, partners, public
  • WFSA—planned actions either support existing WFSA or identify the need to revise
  • The LTIP should correlate to the selected alternative
  • Delegation of authorities should include planning and implementation expectations of the LTIP
  • Provides an opportunity to review overall cost of plan implementation
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Range of Events During Implementation of NR AMR Strategy

Ignition

Initial Attack

Wildland Fire Use

IAP

WFIP

WFSA

Extended Attack

Long-Term

Implementation

Plan

Large Fire

Long-Duration Fire

Control

BAER

supporting the planning and documentation effort cont
Supporting the Planning and Documentation Effort (cont.):
  • IAP—is the daily implementation of the LTIP
  • 209s—documents and identifies critical resource needs and timeframes
  • Communication of needs with GACC/MAC/AC etc.
  • Communication tool for the public, discussion of long term impacts
  • Region 1 USFS uses LTIP in lieu of a Regional Forester’s Rep