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    • Using tree ring analysis to determine fire history in the Oklahoma Ozarks

    • Dendochronology--Ozark Mountains.; Fire ecology--Ozark Mountains--History.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma--J.T. Nickel Family nature and Wildlife Preserve--History.; Dendochronology--Oklahoma--J.T. Nickel Family Nature and Wildlife Preserve.; J. T. Nickel...
    • To determine the fire history of an oak-pine forest, woodland, and savanna mosaic in the Oklahoma Ozarks, and to examine the key factors that historically influenced fire regimes in the region.
    • 45th Fires Brigade

    • United States. Army. Fires Brigade, 45th.; Oklahoma--National Guard--Reorganization.; Artillery, Field and mountain--United States.; Iraq War, 2003- --Regimental histories--United States--Pictorial works.
    • Mission of the 45th Fires Brigade •Vision Statement; Transformation •Organization of the 45th Fires Brigade •Unit Locations •Mobilizations and Deployments •Past Events •Upcoming Event
    • Oklahoma enhanced 9-1-1 (E9-1-1) assessment and strategic plan

    • Telephone--Emergency reporting systems--Oklahoma.; Telephone--Emergency reporting systems--Oklahoma--Planning.
    • The Oklahoma Statewide Nine-One-One Advisory Board entered into an agreement with one of the country’s leading E9-1-1 experts to assist in assessing the status of E9-1-1 in Oklahoma and develop a strategic plan that can be used as the basis for...
    • Sample safety program forms

    • Industrial safety--Oklahoma.; Industrial hygiene--Oklahoma.
    • These Safety and Health Program Guidelines were developed to provide a systematic approach to safety and health management. These Guidelines are not law, but they are highly recommended to employers as a road map for safety and health program...
    • EPA Superfund record of decision : Compass Industries (Avery Drive).

    • Hazardous waste sites--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.; Hazardous waste site remediation--Oklahoma--Tulsa County.
    • This decision document represents the selected remedial action for this site developed in accordance with Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA) as amended by the Superfund Amendments and...
    • Annual report for the Council on Firefighter Training

    • Oklahoma. Council on Firefighter Training--Periodicals.; Fire fighters--Training of--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Stakeholders involved in the fire and emergency response community throughout our state come together under the auspices of the Council on Firefighter Training. Here, they discuss and plan out crucial aspects of responder training. Because our...
    • Oklahoma's five military installations : an economic impact report.

    • Military bases--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.; Altus Air Force Base (Okla.)--Economic aspects.; Tinker Air Force Base (Okla.)--Economic aspects.; Vance Air Force Base (Okla.)--Economic aspects.; McAlester Army Ammunition Plant (U.S.)--Economic...
    • Oklahoma’s military installations are vital to the nation - not only to train our warfighters, but also to manufacture and repair the material used to equip our men and women in uniform. Beyond providing for our national security, the military...
    • Grand old times

    • Grand Gateway Area Agency on Aging--Periodicals.; Older people--Services for--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Assistance, Advocacy, Answers on Aging; A publication of Grand Gateway Area Agency on Aging, serving Craig, Delaware, Mayes, Nowata, Ottawa, Rogers and Washington Counties
    • Biosurvey news

    • Biological diversity conservation--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Biodiversity--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The newsletter of the Oklahoma Biological Survey
    • Oklahoma annual summary, 1988

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    • The annual summaries provide a yearly overview of Oklahoma climate and weather. Annual data summary tables have been made available, along with state-wide graphics, statistics, storm reports, and a summarization of events. These yearly publications...
    • Oklahoma drought contingency plan.

    • Droughts--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Drought relief--Oklahoma--Management.; Water conservation--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • Reminded of this tragic episode [the Dust Bowl] as effects of the 1996 drought rippled through the state’s economy and society, and recognizing the deficiency of serious drought planning work in Oklahoma, state emergency officials and water...
    • Good land management is good fire management

    • Forest management--Oklahoma.; Fire ecology.; Fire management.
    • Good land management results in good fire management. We work every day to create and maintain healthy landscapes across the state to increase the many benefits they provide and reduce the risk of catastrophic wildland fires. Resilient landscapes,...
    • OMPA outlet

    • Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority--Periodicals.;Electric utilities--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • News from your Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority
    • Burning in the growing season

    • Prescribed burning.
    • Growing-season prescribed fire is defined as pre­scribed burns conducted when warm-season herbaceous plants are actively growing, which is summer to early fall in the Southern Great Plains. While prescribed fire is a common management practice on...
    • Fire effects in Oklahoma

    • Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Oklahoma--History.; Prescribed burning--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.
    • Introduction and Historical Overview Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies,...
    • The best time of year to conduct prescribed burns

    • Prescribed burning.
    • When is the best time of year to burn? This is one of the main questions many land owners and managers often ask about prescribed burning. Timing of prescribed burns will vary depend­ing upon specific land management goals and objectives. Timing...
    • Fire effects in native plant communities

    • Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.; Forests and forestry--Fire management--Environmental aspects.; Endemic plants.;
    • Most of Oklahoma’s native prairies, shrublands, and forests are out of balance because of fire suppression. A good example of this is the invasion of eastern redcedar and ashe juniper into prairies, shrublands, and forests throughout Oklahoma....
    • Permissible open burning fact sheet

    • Prescribed burning--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Prescribed burning--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • Open burning is defined as “the burning of combustible materials in such a manner that the products of combustion are emitted directly to the outside atmosphere.” OAC 252: 100-1-3 Open burning is prohibited in most situations because it can...
    • Wildfires in Oklahoma

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma.
    • Fire is a naturally occurring process in all of the native ecosystems throughout Oklahoma and a recent study found that 74 percent of the residents of our state believe fire is necessary to manage the land1, but don’t want fire in their backyard....
    • Abandoned properties.

    • Abandonment of property--Oklahoma.; Abandoned buildings--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.; Vacant lands--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.
    • Abandoned and neglected properties, particularly those in urban areas or in close proximity to occupied residences and businesses, create a wide range of problems for the communities in which the properties are located, fostering criminal activity,...
    • The Oklahoma bar journal

    • Law--Periodicals--Oklahoma.;Bar associations--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Law reports, digests, etc.--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Bar Journal is a publication of the Oklahoma Bar Association.
    • LTC insider chat, 02/2013, v.3 no.3

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    • It's a Goal Day!! by Dorya Huser; Gift For The New Year From The Intake And Incidents Staff! by Glenn Box; Background Checks and Fingerprinting by James Joslin; How Do You Eat an elephant? by Laura Crowley; Thank You! by Karen Gray; Diabetes and...
    • Open burning & you

    • Incineration--Environmental aspects.; Organic wastes--Burning.
    • What is open burning? Open burning is the burning of combustible materials in such a manner that the products of combustion are emitted directly to the atmosphere. The Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has rules that clearly...
    • Nonprofit arts development guide

    • Community arts projects--Management.; Nonprofit organizations--Oklahoma--Management.; Community arts projects--Oklahoma--Management.
    • Developed by the Oklahoma Arts Council, the online Nonprofit Arts Development Guide provides development guidance for emerging and established arts and cultural organizations.
    • 24/7 : tobacco-free schools policy guide

    • School health services--Oklahoma.; Teenagers--Tobacco use--Oklahoma--Prevention.; School children--Oklahoma--Tobacco use--Prevention.; Tobacco habit--Oklahoma.
    • The purpose of this guide is to assist schools in establishing a 24/7 tobacco-free environment for students, staff and visitors. The guide is a resource for concerned boards of education, superintendents, safe and drug free school coordinators,...
    • Prescribed fire is good for the land and wildlife

    • Prescribed burning.; Prescribed burning--Oklahoma.
    • What is Prescribed Fire? Prescribed fire is the planned, deliberate and controlled application attire as a land management tool. Prescribed fire's use improves the land's health and provides for the renewal of vegetation and wildlife. Prescribed...

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