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Montana Fire

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Vanessa Vale
Editor: Bridger Media
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Montana Fire by Vanessa Vale Book Summary:

"OMG!! I have never laughed so hard one second and been on the edge of my seat the next, with any other book!" - Fun Under The Covers Jane West's life is perfectly average. Perfectly boring. Until Ty Strickland—Grade-A, smoking hot firefighter—moves in down the street. Then things get a little exciting, and not in the good, panty-melting sort of way. Not only does someone want her dead (seriously), she has to wrangle her out-of-control desires where the new neighbor is concerned, and convince her boss at the small town's only adult toy store—who meddles in Jane's love life—to leave the new hose-wielding hottie off her matchmaking radar. But it's not all chaos and pancakes. There's Ty. And his smoking hot body. Smoking hot kisses. He's burning the walls around her heart to nothing but ash. And she just might be falling in love...if she can stay alive long enough. The first book in Vanessa Vale's new Small Town Romance series, where the men in Montana aren't just hot, they set things on fire. This book was previously published.

Montana Fire

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Vella Day
Editor: NA
ISBN-10: 9780989975971
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Montana Fire by Vella Day Book Summary:

Heat level--Hot! This adult contemporary romance contains explicit sexual content and graphic language. Not intended for those under the age of 18. GENRE: Romantic erotica medical romance, mystery/suspense/terrorism involving a nurse and a very hot arson investigator. SERIES: Montana Promises(FULL-LENGTH NOVEL) No good deed goes unpunished. Free clinic nurse, Jamie Henderson, has been slogging through life in cement-filled boots for the past six months. It's been damned hard to get past her recent betrayal, but she's determined to try. When two men chase her, she manages to escape, but the near attack shakes her to the core. Now more than ever, she needs to take back control of her life. Arson investigator, Max Gruden, is called to a blaze at an abandoned warehouse only to learn a man was found clinging to life inside. After the victim is rushed to the hospital, Jamie, a woman who has intrigued Max for a while, tries to cross the police barrier, searching for answers about her friend who was burned in the fire. What starts out as a simple friendship between Max and Jamie quickly turns into a blaze of passion. When she finds herself a target in a terrorist plot, Max is enraged and promises to do everything in his power to keep her safe.

Montana’s Waldron Creek Fire: The 1931 Tragedy and the Forgotten Five

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Dr. Charles Palmer
Editor: Arcadia Publishing
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Montana’s Waldron Creek Fire: The 1931 Tragedy and the Forgotten Five by Dr. Charles Palmer Book Summary:

"On August 25, 1931, five men died fighting the devastating Waldron Creek Fire west of Choteau, Montana. Lacking training and preparation, Herbert Novotny, Frank Williamson, Hjalmer G. Gunnarson, Ted Bierchen and Charles Allen dashed into the flames and never stood a chance....National Smokejumper Association chief historian Dr. Charles Palmer shines a light on this important story, finally honoring the heroic sacrifice that led to critical changes in wildland firefighting."--Back cover.

Montana Wildfire (A Historical Western Romance)

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Rebecca Sinclair
Editor: ePublishing Works!
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Montana Wildfire (A Historical Western Romance) by Rebecca Sinclair Book Summary:

Following her father's sudden death, Amanda Lennox has no money for the long trip from Boston to the ranch she's inherited in faraway Seattle. Then an advertisement for a "wilderness expert" to escort an eleven-year-old boy to Montana catches Amanda's eye, and the adventurous young woman jumps at the chance, never guessing she'll end up lost in the wilds of Idaho... with a twisted ankle. Half-breed ranch-hand Jacob Blackhawk Chandler knows from experience that prissy white princesses mean trouble--haughty, citified and utterly unequipped to survive in the wide open country. He can't leave the lovely minx alone and hurt... but he sure wouldn't be taken in by her sweet smile, either! REVIEWS: "Full of explicit sensual desire and heart pumping adventure. I highly recommend this book! ~Nancy Compton, Reader from Boise, Idaho. OTHER TITLES by Rebecca Sinclair California Caress (A Historical Western Romance) Perfect Strangers (A Historical Romance)

Fire/Arson Investigation Training Resource Catalog

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: N.A
Editor: FEMA
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General Technical Report INT.

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: N.A
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Fire in the United States; 1986-1995

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: N.A
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Fire in the United States; 1986-1995 by N.A Book Summary:

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Fire in Montana

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Greg Martin
Editor: NA
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Fire in Montana by Greg Martin Book Summary:

In the summer of 1949 fifteen smokejumpers parachuted into a remote Montana canyon called Mann Gulch. It started as a very small fire in rugged country but within two hours after landing, thirteen of these young men were caught in a raging inferno and were killed. They died bravely, together with their friends, and in the service of their country. Everyone was young and attractive, healthy and strong, enthusiastic and in love. They were bursting into the prime of their lives. There were no malcontents here. Everyone did their best but events overtook them. Until now the actual time line has never been connected to the people involved. Fire in Montana connects the lives of young smokejumpers who lived with a joy of life and expectations of shining futures, the forest rangers and volunteers who fought valiantly to rescue them, and their families, lovers, and friends who were forced to wait and pray, then face the devastating and heart wrenching loss.

Montana Fire

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Lisa Jackson
Editor: HQN Books
ISBN-10: 9780373774098
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Montana Fire by Lisa Jackson Book Summary:

Two fan-favorite tales of passion and homecoming from a #1 "New York Times"-bestselling author are collected in this single volume. Includes "Aftermath" and "Tender Trap." Reissue.

Montana Disasters

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Molly Searl
Editor: Pruett Publishing
ISBN-10: 9780871089182
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Montana Disasters by Molly Searl Book Summary:

"On the other side of the giant landslide, most of the campers were awakened by the heaving and twisting ground....The night was punctuated with cries from people who could not find their family members. One young man was pinned in a sitting position between the family car and trailer, and his father and fellow camper tried frantically to free him as the water rose. Just as the water reached the boy's chin, the trailer shifted enough so that he could be pulled free"--From Chapter One, "The Night the Earth Moved" "Montana Disasters" is a real-life thriller. It will leave you with the breathless sense of how it feels to be caught in mining catastrophes, flash floods, train wrecks, and more. It will expose you to the sorrow and elation of victims' friends and families. Taut with the fury of calamities and the courageous efforts of men and women to save lives, "Montana Disasters" takes you to the scenes where the forces of nature and humans wreaked havoc.

Timber Management and Forest Fire Protection Costs in Montana

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Montana. Legislature. Joint Interim Subcommittee No. 2
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Timber Management and Forest Fire Protection Costs in Montana by Montana. Legislature. Joint Interim Subcommittee No. 2 Book Summary:

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Young Men and Fire

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Norman Maclean
Editor: University of Chicago Press
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Young Men and Fire by Norman Maclean Book Summary:

A witness to the Montana Mann Gulch fire of 1949 explores the mysteries of the tragedy, with eyewitness accounts, new evidence, and research from fire scientists

Oh, the Weather Outside Is Frightful (Extended Edition!)

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Susan May Warren
Editor: Sdg Publishing
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Oh, the Weather Outside Is Frightful (Extended Edition!) by Susan May Warren Book Summary:

She kept him alive in his darkest hour... CJ St. John never dreamed his epic summer as a smokejumper would end with a harrowing plane crash-one that crushed his pelvis and rendered him nearly an invalid.He wouldn't have made it through the dark night of pain and danger without brave fellow smokejumper Hannah Butcher.In fact, if he were to admit it, he probably fell in love with her that night. He gave her the courage to reach for her dreams... Hannah Butcher had dreamed of being a smokejumper for years-but dreaming and doing are vastly different. During rookie camp, she would have given up if it hadn't been for CJ St. John urging her on. She probably fell in love with him then-but especially when he held her hand and kept her calm during their terrifying survival. A winter storm awakens their memories-and fears... When Hannah discovers that CJ plans on skipping out on their mutual friends' wedding, she knows he's been lying to her about his recovery-and determines to give him the same stubborn encouragement he's given her by forcing him to attend.But when a blizzard detours them, and worse, they're run off the road, they'll have to face their darkest fears to survive. A Christmas story about the miracles that happen when the weather outside becomes frightful. Note: If you picked up this title in the Candy Cane Kisses Christmas Anthology, this is an extended version! Discover how CJ and Hannah fell in love...and continue their story after the storm is over!"

A Great Day to Fight Fire

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Mark Matthews
Editor: University of Oklahoma Press
ISBN-10: 0806182555
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A Great Day to Fight Fire by Mark Matthews Book Summary:

Mann Gulch, Montana, 1949. Sixteen men ventured into hell to fight a raging wildfire; only three came out alive. Searing the fire into the nation’s consciousness, Norman Maclean chronicled the Mann Gulch tragedy in his award-winning book Young Men and Fire. Still, the silence of the victims’ families robbed Maclean’s account of an essential personal dimension. Shifting the focus from the fire to the men who fought it, Mark Matthews now provides that perspective. Not until 1999—the fiftieth anniversary of the fire—did people begin to talk openly about Mann Gulch. Matthews has garnered those thoughts to reveal how devastating the fire was to the firefighters’ family members, coworkers, and friends. In retelling the story of Mann Gulch, he draws on the testimony of the three survivors—including never-before-published insights from the last living member of the team—and interviews with former smoke jumpers of that era. The result is a moment-by-moment, heart-stopping re-creation of events. The Mann Gulch tragedy provoked the Forest Service to develop safety equipment and training programs, but fighting wildfires is still a perilous job. Matthews’ stirring account renews our respect for one of nature’s primal forces. A heartbreakingly human story, it still haunts a firefighting community—and keeps today’s firefighters forever on guard.

Media Ideas Workbook

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: N.A
Editor: FEMA
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Proceedings

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: James K. Brown,Robert W. Mutch,Charles W. Spoon,Ronald H. Wakimoto
Editor: DIANE Publishing
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Proceedings by James K. Brown,Robert W. Mutch,Charles W. Spoon,Ronald H. Wakimoto Book Summary:

This symposium, held one decade after Missoula Montana's first major wilderness fire conference, examined past lessons & future opportunities. The 75 presentations & discussions were centered around three major themes: are goals & policies being met; understanding & managing constraints; & implementing programs & future opportunities. Broken down into four major sections: goals & policies; constraints & solutions; programs & future opportunities; & posters. Maps, charts & tables.

Conservation Psychology

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Susan Clayton,Gene Myers
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
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Conservation Psychology by Susan Clayton,Gene Myers Book Summary:

This textbook introduces the reader to the new and emerging field of Conservation Psychology, which explores connections between the study of human behavior and the achievement of conservation goals. People are often cast as villains in the story of environmental degradation, seen primarily as a threat to healthy ecosystems and an obstacle to conservation. But humans are inseparable from natural ecosystems. Understanding how people think about, experience, and interact with nature is crucial for promoting environmental sustainability as well as human well-being. The book first summarizes theory and research on human cognitive, emotional, and behavioral responses to nature and goes on to review research on people's experience of nature in wild, managed, and urban settings. Finally, it examines ways to encourage conservation-oriented behavior at both individual and societal levels. Throughout, the authors integrate a wide body of published literature to demonstrate how and why psychology is relevant to promoting a more sustainable relationship between humans and nature.

Intermountain Fire Sciences Laboratory, Missoula, Montana

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Intermountain Fire Sciences Laboratory, Missoula, Montana by N.A Book Summary:

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The Physiological Ecology of Woody Plants

Montana Fire [Pdf/ePub] eBook Author: Theodore T. Kozlowski,Paul J. Kramer,Stephen G. Pallardy
Editor: Academic Press
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The Physiological Ecology of Woody Plants by Theodore T. Kozlowski,Paul J. Kramer,Stephen G. Pallardy Book Summary:

The efficient management of trees and other woody plants can be improved given an understanding of the physiological processes that control growth, the complex environmental factors that influence those processes, and our ability to regulate and maintain environmental conditions that facilitate growth. Emphasizes genetic and environmental interactions that influence woody plant growth Outlines responses of individual trees and tree communities to environmental stress Explores cultural practices useful for efficient management of shade, forest, and fruit trees, woody vines, and shrubs