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                           FOREST SERVICE HANDBOOK
                                 WASHINGTON

    FSH 2509.13 - BURNED-AREA EMERGENCY REHABILITATION HANDBOOK

                           Amendment No. 2509.13-95-6

                              Effective January 12, 1995


POSTING NOTICE. Amendments are numbered consecutively by Handbook number
and calendar year. Post by document name. Place the Table of Contents in front of
chapter 20. Retain this transmittal as the first page of this document. The last
amendment to this Handbook was Amendment 2509.13-95-5 to FSH 2509.13,10.

This amendment supersedes Amendment 2509.13-92-1 to 2509.13,20 Contents.

                                                           Superseded    New
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Digest:

20 Contents - Revises codes and captions to agree with text changes in chapter 20.




JACK WARD THOMAS
Chief
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FSH 2509.13 - BURNED-AREA EMERGENCY REHABILITATION HANDBOOK
                      WO AMENDMENT 2509.13-95-6
                           EFFECTIVE 1/12/95

       CHAPTER 20 - BURNED-AREA SURVEY AND EMERGENCY TREATMENT
                               STRATEGY

                                     Contents


20.4       Responsibility
20.41      Burned-Area Survey Team
20.42      Burned-Area Survey Team Leader

21         TEAM MANAGEMENT
21.1       Expediting Burned-Area Survey
21.2       Keeping Records

22         RECONNAISSANCE SURVEY
32.1       Maps
22.2       Methods of Making Reconnaissance
22.3       Stratifications
22.4       Potential Problems
22.5       Delineation of Flood Source Areas
22.6       Potential Treatment Measures

23         ON-THE-GROUND OBSERVATIONS
23.1       Travel Within Burned-Area
23.2       Sampling Techniques
23.3       Watershed Condition Inventory
23.31      Water-Repellent Soils
23.32      Fire Intensity
23.32a     Site Indicators
23.32b     Mapping Intensity Zones
23.33      Determining Soil Erosion Hazard Ratings
23.34      Unstable and Available Sediments
23.35      Critical Locations
23.36      Values at Risk
23.4       Roads and Trails

24         GOALS OF EMERGENCY REHABILITATION TREATMENT

25         PRESCRIBING EMERGENCY REHABILITATION TREATMENTS
25.1       Interpretation of Burned-Area Emergency Rehabilitation Survey Information
25.11      Data Organization
25.12      Defining The Emergency
25.13      Identifying Treatment Areas
25.2       Identifying Treatments for Specific Problem Areas

26         TYPES OF EMERGENCY REHABILITATION TREATMENTS
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26.1     Land Treatments
26.2     Channel Treatments
26.3     Road and Trail Treatments
26.4     Structures
26.5     Evaluating Risk
26.6     Emergency Burned-Area Rehabilitation in Wilderness Areas

								
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