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Presenter: Rick Smith
Year: 2013

This is the fifth presentation held on the third day of the 2013 National Logistics Webinar Series. Rick Smith discusses communications. This webinar originally aired on March 28, 2013.

Presenter: Ben Pratt
Publisher: Alaska Fire Science Consortium
Year: 2012

A discussion about the calibration of fire models is presented by Ben Pratt.

Presenter: W. Matt Jolly
Publisher: Alaska Fire Science Consortium, Lake States Fire Science Consortium
Year: 2012

Live fuel moisture is measured frequently throughout the country as an indicator of potential fire behavior but little is known about the primary factors that drive their seasonal variations. Dr. Matt Jolly will delve into the interactive factors that...

Presenter: Winslow D. Hansen
Year: 2012

This project address two questions: 1) Has the 1990's Spruce Bark Beetle outbreak altered the probability of fire occurrence between 2001 and 2010? 2) Has the outbreak and wildfire affected property values in the wildland urban interface?

Presenter: Carissa D. Brown
Publisher: Alaska Fire Science Consortium
Year: 2012

Dr. Carissa Brown, Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Sherbrooke, joined us for a webinar on February 23, 2012 (11:00 am to noon AKST) entitled 'Once burned, twice shy: Repeat fires result in black spruce regeneration failure.' Dr...

Presenter: Philip E. Higuera
Publisher: Alaska Fire Science Consortium
Year: 2012

Dr. Philip Higuera presented results from past and ongoing research focused on understanding the causes and consequences of tundra burning in the past, present, and future. The talk integrated several lines of work, including reconstructing tundra...

Presenter: Diana L. Olson
Publisher: Alaska Fire Science Consortium
Year: 2011

Diana Olson, University of Idaho - FRAMES, presents the project Compiling, Synthesizing and Analyzing Existing Boreal Forest Fire History Data in Alaska at the 2011 Alaska Fire Science Workshop in Fairbanks, Alaska on October 6, 2011. The three...

Presenter: Paul A. Duffy
Publisher: Alaska Fire Science Consortium
Year: 2011

Paul A. Duffy presents the powerpoint, Early Season Forecasting of Fire Activity in Alaska, at the 2011 Alaska Fire Science Workshop in Fairbanks, Alaska on October 7, 2011. An annual area burned forecast model has been developed using monthly...

Presenter: Jennifer L. Barnes
Publisher: Alaska Fire Science Consortium
Year: 2011

Jennifer Barnes, Regional Fire Ecologist for the National Park Service in Alaska, presents the study, Effects of Shortened Fire Return Intervals in Alaska Boreal Forest at the 2011 Alaska Fire Science Workshop in Fairbanks, Alaska on October 6, 2011....

Presenter: Paul A. Duffy
Publisher: Alaska Fire Science Consortium
Year: 2011

Atmospheric circulation patterns influence seasonal temperature and precipitation across large regions of Alaska. This experimental fire prediction tool uses this information to produce a forecast of area burned in Interior Alaska (i.e. South of the...