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Guides and documents that will help U&CF Coordinator's prepare for a UFST response to a disaster.

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GIS Layers and Disaster Response — last modified 2009-02-09 17:21
A list of GIS data layers that are needed to support UFST responses for debris estimation, risk assessment, or FEMA debris cost sheet preparation.
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Glossary of Terms for UFSTs (Draft v1.1) — last modified 2009-02-06 16:05
General and disaster terminology as used in the context of Urban Forest Strike Teams.
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Priority of Response (Draft v1.0) — last modified 2009-02-06 16:05
A draft discussion document for developing a standard method of prioritizing UFST response when either the disaster scale or community requests exceed our capacity to respond.
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SOLOforest Feature File - Narrative — last modified 2009-02-06 16:05
A description of the Baton Rouge SOLOforest feature file used for Hurricane Gustav in 2008.
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State Coordinator Incident Contact List — last modified 2009-02-09 16:59
A sample format for recording local, state and regional contacts useful to UFSTs and Team Leaders and others that support them.
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State Coordinator Incident Contact List (Word) — last modified 2010-01-28 11:12
A sample format for recording local, state and regional contacts useful to UFSTs and Team Leaders.
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State Coordinator Storm Response Checklist — last modified 2010-01-28 10:38
A checklist and short description of nine U&CF Coordinator activities important for UFST response.
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Tree Assessment Debris Cost Sheet — last modified 2009-02-06 16:05
An example cost sheet developed for the City of Bixby, Oklahoma. This is one of six reports for parks assessed by UFST following the December 2007 ice storm.
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UFST Overview — last modified 2009-02-06 16:05
A one page overview of the Urban Forest Strike Team project in the southern US.
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