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Behavioral Mitigation of Smoking Fires Through Strategies Based on Statistical Analysis

This report contains research-based recommendations for behavioral mitigation strategies to reduce smoking fire fatalities in the United States.

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Data and Statistics, High-Risk Populations, Home Fire Safety 
Media: Manuals and Reports 
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Fire Data Analysis Handbook

Describes statistical techniques for analyzing data typically collected in fire departments.

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Data and Statistics 
Media: Manuals and Reports 
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Fire in the United States 1987-1996 (Eleventh Edition)

This report covers the 10-year period from 1987 - 1996, with emphasis on 1996, and includes an analysis of fire in residential and non-residential structures.

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Data and Statistics 
Media: Manuals and Reports 
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Fire in the United States 1989-1998 (Twelfth Edition)

This report covers the 10-year period from 1989 - 1998, with emphasis on 1998, and includes an analysis of fire in residential and non-residential structures.

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Data and Statistics 
Media: Manuals and Reports 
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Fire in the United States 1995-2004 Fourteenth Edition

This report covers the 10-year period from 1995 - 2004, with a primary focus on 2004, and includes an analysis of fire in residential and non-residential structures.

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Data and Statistics 
Media: Manuals and Reports 
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Fire in the United States 2003-2007 (Fifteenth Edition)

The report focuses on the national fire problem and provides an overview of fires and losses in buildings, vehicles/other mobile properties, and other properties. The report also examines fire and fire loss trends, fire casualties by population characteristics, and fire cause profiles by property type.

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Subject(s): Data and Statistics 
Media: Manuals and Reports 
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Socioeconomic Factors and the Incidence of Fire

This working paper identifies socioeconomic factors that influence the complex and varied relationships between buildings, humans and the occurrence of residential fires.

Cost: Free
Subject(s): Data and Statistics, High-Risk Populations 
Media: Manuals and Reports 
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