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Unscheduled and Emergency Uses

[[4 Columned Table]]

|Season | Activity | Responsibility | Remarks|

| --- | --- | --- | --- |

|    | 18. Observations at fires. Scouting and suppression action may be directed from the autogiro. Communication may be maintained through use of the radio which can be tuned to any of the medium frequency bands now in use in National Parks. Sketches and photographs of large fires will be helpful in constructive review and compilation of reports. | Park Superintendents, fire chiefs, foresters.|  |

|    | 19. Investigations of proposed areas. | Person assigned to investigation. |  |

|    | 20. Preliminary studies to facilitate preparation of general plans for new areas, and for other areas, provided suitable aerial maps and photographs are not available. | Regional Chief of Planning; Chief, Recreation Planning Division. | Check records to determine areas which aerial photographs are not available. |

|    | 21. Preparation of vegetative type maps. | Regional Forester. | Aerial photographs would be useful. |

|    | 22. Extensive tree planting programs - In study of needs and preparation of plans, especially through the aid of photographs. | Regional Forester. |  |

|    | 23. Spraying valuable trees to control attacks by insects and diseases. | Regional Forester. |  |

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