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Type: Webinar
  • Jonathan Grassmick
    Pueblo of Sandia
  • Jamie S. Sanderlin
    US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
  • Morgan W. Tingley
    University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA)
Host Agency:
  • US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
  • Southwest Fire Science Consortium
Publication Date: April 9, 2024

In January, the Southwest Fire Science Consortium, USDA Forest Service, Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, and many other partners hosted a two-day workshop on the intersection of wildlife and fire. Based on the needs identified in the workshop, this collaborative group is hosting a yearlong series of workshops, webinars, and reports to improve wildlife outcomes in the face of fire and climate change. This series is intended to help researchers and practitioners across fire and wildlife disciplines exchange ideas, tools, and lessons to address the rapid pace and scale of fire management. In the first webinar of this series, a panel of experts will discuss fire effects on wildlife, managing for habitat in controlled burning, and different mindsets in the fire and wildlife discussion, setting the stage for webinars later in the series.

Recording Length: 1:07:13

Cataloging Information

  • controlled burning
  • fire effects on wildlife
  • wildlife habitat
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FRAMES Record Number: 69179