Landscape Fuel Treatments and Wildland Fire Management Strategies within Recent Large Fire Events
Media Type: Webinar
  • Susan J. Prichard
    University of Washington
  • Vivian Griffey
    US Forest Service
  • Rebecca Lemons
    Oregon State University
  • Nicholas A. Povak
    US Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station
Host Agency:
  • Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Date: November 18, 2021

Cataloging Information

  • adaptive management
  • burn severity
  • central Washington
  • climate change
  • community resilience
  • fire severity
  • first-entry fire
  • forest and landscape resilience
  • fuel reduction
  • landscape fuel treatments
  • MTBS - Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity
  • reburn
  • soil burn severity
  • topography
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Record Last Modified: April 4, 2023
FRAMES Record Number: 64790


In this 1-hour webinar hosted by the Northwest Fire Science Consortium, findings will be presented from a recently completed study, funded by the Joint Fire Science Program, on landscape fuel treatment effectiveness within recent large wildfire events in north-central Washington State. First, an overview will be provided of climate change and wildfires and the imperative for broad-scale adaptive management to increase landscape and community resilience to future wildfires. Next, findings will be reported on the effects of prior fuel reduction treatments, biophysical environment, and weather on fire severity. The study also evaluated fireline effectiveness and how past fuel treatments assisted in safe and effective response.

Recording Length: 1:01:10
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