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Fire climate, which may be thought of as the synthesis of daily fire weather over a long period of time, is a dominant factor in fire-control planning. In a broad sense, climate is the major factor in determining the amount and kind of vegetation growing in an area, and this vegetation makes up the fuels available for wildland fires.
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A Wildland Fire Project Coordinator position is available with Colorado State University and the Center for Environmental management of Military Lands (CEMML) to be located in Fort Collins, Colorado. This position will directly support CEMML’s Wildland Fire Program Manager by writing fire management plans and helping to develop and carry out data analyses. This position will require the following...
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This webinar is presented by Philip Higuera, assistant professor at the College of Natural Resource, University of Idaho.
Dr. Philip Higuera presents results from past and ongoing research focused on understanding the causes and consequences of...
This webinar will review how fire helps regulate the balance between oak forests and the three other vegetation types it interfaces with in the north central U.S.: grasslands, mesic forests dominated by maple, and pine forests. Other factors such as...
This seminar is part of the 2011-2012 Missoula Fire Lab Seminar Series.
Presenter: Lisa Holsinger
Time listed is Mountain Time Zone.
Sponsored by: Texas Agrilife Extension Agency, Southern Region Extension Forestry, and North Carolina State University. Society of American Foresters credit available.
The California Nevada Applications Program (CNAP), Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GBLCC), and the Western Regional Climate Center (WRCC) invite public and private resource managers to a pilot one-day forum to summarize current climate...
An educational symposium of distinguished scientists from around the U.S. and Canada explored the critical connection between forest health and climate change. Speakers included Nobel Laureate Al Gore, Undersecretary of Agriculture Harris Sherman, and...
Webinar presented by Peter Brown, Director of Rocky Mountain Tree Ring Research, and hosted by the Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center, the Joint Fire Science Program, and the International Association of Wildland Fire.
A recent surge of...
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Presenter: Laurie Huckaby, USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station (email@example.com).
Hosted by the Southern Rockies Fire Science Network.
2010 Annual Fire Science Workshop