M Walking on Fire: A Light-Hiker's Guide to Wildfire Awareness, Survival, and Evasion (Part 3 of 3)
by Andrew Mattox
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We've now covered several skills of assessing and avoiding fire. Whether passing through, sheltering in, or simply going near a fire area, there are particular hazards beyond immolation to be aware of.
- Dangerous and Strange
- Unusual Hazards of the Fire Environment
- Everyday Flame
- Breathing Life into Fire Awareness
- As a Fire-Builder, You are Already a Student of Fire
- The Perfect Storm
- Blow-Ups and Other Extreme Fire Behavior
- A World Lit By Fire
- Fire Ecology
- We are Fire Walking
- APPENDIX A: Formulating and Delivering a Fire Report
- Whom Should I Report the Fire To?
- APPENDIX B: Practical Fireline Terminology
- APPENDIX C: The Escape Fire
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