2018 AFSC Spring Fire Science Workshop

Description

In association with the Interagency Spring Fire Operations Meeting

2018 Spring Fire Science Workshop:

Health effects of wildfire smoke Randi Jandt

Remote sensing workshop and ABoVE updates Alison York

HRRR model forecasts of convective outflows near fires Robert (Zeke) Ziel

Review of AFSC tools and resources Randi Jandt

Predicting ecosystem recovery from wildfire and fuels management in black spruce forests Jill Johnstone

Analysis of season-ending events in Alaska Chris Moore

Update from UAF seasonal prediction project Uma Bhatt

Interagency Spring Fire Operations Meeting Presentations:

Predictive Services session: Seasonal Outlook and Predictive Services Presentation Heidi Strader, Sharon Alden

Bonzana Creek Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Annual Symposium: April 6th, 2018

Coproducing knowledge on wildfire fuel breaks to optimize benefits for multiple stakeholders Tom Paragi, Todd Brinkman

Coproducing knowledge on fire, fuels, and vegetation succession in Alaskan boreal forests Randi Jandt, Jill Johnstone

Alaska Society of American Foresters and Alaska Northern Forest Cooperative Annual Meeting: April 12, 2018

A historic perspective and the future of the Bonanza Creek Experimental Forest Teresa Hollingsworth

Location: BLM Alaska Fire Service Training Rooms
Contact Name: Alison York
Contact E-mail: ayork@alaska.edu

Date(s)

Mar 28, 2018 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
AKDT

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