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Webinar - Colorado Wildfires 2020: Overview of Fire Ecology
Jan 26, 2021 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm MST
Presenter: Camille Stevens-Rumann, Assistant Professor of Fire Ecology, Disturbance Ecology, Colorado State UniversityThis webinar is part of the Colorado Wildfires 2020 Webinar Series hosted by the Colorado State University, the Southern Rockies Fire...

Fueling Collaboration Panel Discussion Series - Fire and a Changing Climate
Jan 21, 2021 12:00 pm EST
How can we use climate predictions to plan future fire management and research? What adaptations are we putting in place now?

Webinar - Vegetation Management in the Shrub Steppe - Invasive Species, Native Seeds and Grasses
Jan 21, 2021 9:00 am to 10:30 am PST
The sagebrush steppe is one of the largest ecosystems in North America and one of the most threatened due to human land use conversions, non-native plant invasions, and wildfire. This virtual series will introduce participants to the ecology of this...

Evaluating How Disturbance Events Influence Carbon Cycling at a Watershed Scale
Jan 20, 2021 11:30 am PST
Presenter: Laurel Lynch, Assistant Professor,  Department of Soil & Water SystemsThis seminar is part of the University of Idaho College of Natural Resources' FOR 501 Seminar Series.For More Information:Department of Forest, Rangeland and...

Bringing Prescribed Fire to the Southwest - A Live Fuels Perspective for Improved Fire Prediction LANL CSES-RR-IPD Workshop
Jan 14, 2021 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm MST
DescriptionFormat: 3-day WebEx workshop, 2h/day comprising 3-5min. lightning presentations followed by breakout discussions and follow-on writing sessionsOutcomes: Collaboration, Review paper (submission May 2021)Day 1: Jan 12, 12-2pm MSTSession 1:...

Bringing Prescribed Fire to the Southwest - A Live Fuels Perspective for Improved Fire Prediction LANL CSES-RR-IPD Workshop
Jan 13, 2021 12:00 pm MST
DescriptionFormat: 3-day WebEx workshop, 2h/day comprising 3-5min. lightning presentations followed by breakout discussions and follow-on writing sessionsOutcomes: Collaboration, Review paper (submission May 2021)Day 1: Jan 12, 12-2pm MSTSession 1:...

Webinar - Tree Regeneration Following Wildfires in the Western US
Jan 13, 2021 9:00 am PST
Presented by Camille Stevens-Rumann and hosted in partnership with the Association for Fire Ecology, this webinar covers a recent review published in the Journal of Fire Ecology on tree regeneration following wildfire in the western US. The webinar...

Webinar - Smoke, Goats, and Oaks: The Effects of Targeted Goat Browsing and Prescribed Fire on Fuel Loading in Ozark Hardwood Ecosystems
Jan 12, 2021 1:00 pm CST
NEW: REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED (follow the link at the bottom of this page)Hosted by the Oak Woodlands & Forests Fire Science ConsortiumPresented by Gina Beebe, University of MissouriGoats and fuel loadings – a relationship that has been little...

Bringing Prescribed Fire to the Southwest - A Live Fuels Perspective for Improved Fire Prediction LANL CSES-RR-IPD Workshop
Jan 12, 2021 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm MST
Format: 3-day WebEx workshop, 2h/day comprising 3-5min. lightning presentations followed by breakout discussions and follow-on writing sessionsOutcomes: Collaboration, Review paper (submission May 2021)Day 1: Jan 12, 12-2pm MSTSession 1: Prescribed...

Webinar - Direct and Indirect Effects of Fire on Eastern Box Turtles
Jan 5, 2021 1:00 pm CST
Hosted by the Oak Woodlands & Forests Fire Science ConsortiumPresented by Katie Harris, North Carolina Forest ServicePrescribed fire is an increasingly important management tool for eastern deciduous forests, but relativity little is known about the...

Webinar - Satellite and Airborne Observations of Fire Characteristics and Smoke Emissions can Illuminate Wildfire Management Strategies
Dec 17, 2020 3:00 pm PST
California Fire Science Seminar SeriesPresenter: Charles Ichoku, Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences in the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies within the College of Arts and Sciences, Howard University and Distinguished Scientist of the NOAA...

Fueling Collaboration Panel Discussion Series - Using Fire Seasonality to Open the Burn Window
Dec 17, 2020 12:00 pm EST
Prescribed fire is most often implemented during the dormant season, and yet science-based reasoning supports burning in other seasons when conditions align for success. This panel will explore the barriers, opportunities, and lessons learned from...

Webinar - Engaging Communities in Fire Adaptation in the Shrub Steppe
Dec 17, 2020 9:00 am to 10:30 am PST
This is the fifth of a five-webinar series. The sagebrush steppe is one of the largest ecosystems in North America and one of the most threatened due to human land use conversions, non-native plant invasions, and wildfire. This virtual series will...

Leadership and Tactical Decision Making in Wildland Fire - Virtual
Dec 16, 2020 (All day) to Dec 18, 2020 (All day) PST
Learn how the best leaders make the right decisions within escalating incidents. Course topics include critical decision making in high-stress environments, incident leadership, human factors, and command and control with tactical considerations. By...

Webinar - The Role of the NGLC in the Fight against the Spread of Eastern Red Cedar
Dec 15, 2020 2:00 pm CST
Sponsor: Great Plains Fire Science ExchangePresenter: Doug Whisenhunt, Nebraska Grazing Lands Coalition, Burn Coordinator

Webinar - The Effect of Prescribed Fire on Above- and Below-ground Soil Properties in the Ozark Highlands
Dec 15, 2020 1:00 pm CST
Hosted by the Oak Woodlands & Forests Fire Science ConsortiumPresented by John Kabrick, USFS Northern Research StationPrescribed fire is commonly applied to meet a variety of forest management objectives, including the restoration and maintenance of...

Webinar - East Jemez Landscape Futures: A Collaborative Approach to Post-fire
Dec 15, 2020 12:00 pm MST
Sponsor: Southwest Fire Science ConsortiumPresenters: Collin Haffey, The Nature Conservancy and Sasha Stortz, National Forest FoundationThe East Jemez Landscape Futures (EJLF) project is a collaborative, landscape-scale approach to help guide future...

Dissertation Proposal: Assessing Forest and Fuels Management Operations Using Integrated Mobile Technologies and Remotely Sensed Data
Dec 15, 2020 10:00 am PST
Ryer Becker, PhD Student in the College of Natural Resources at the University of Idaho, will present his proposal.Major Professor: Robert F. Keefe

New Mexico Prescribed Burn Council Annual Meeting - Virtual
Dec 11, 2020 9:00 am to 2:30 pm MST
Join the New Mexico Prescribed Burn Council for a great review of 2020 where the call for MORE prescribed fire was sounded across the country from California to New Mexico to Washington, D.C. In addition, a working group of New Mexico burn...

Webinar - Wildland Stories: Fire Ecology with Dr. Larissa Yocom
Dec 11, 2020 9:00 am MST
Sponsor: Utah State University ExtensionPresenter: Dr. Larissa YocomFire Ecology: It is everywhere around us, yet so many of us know so little. What is fire ecology? What makes fire behave the way it does? What is a fire ecologist and how does one get...

Webinar - Household Decision Making and Evacuation Behavior during Wildfires
Dec 10, 2020 3:00 pm PST
California Fire Science Seminar SeriesPresenter: Erica Kuligowski, formerly of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (RMIT University as of Oct 2020)As wildfires that threaten communities become more severe, there is an increasing need to...

Webinar - Prescribed Burn Associations: Different Models for Different Places
Dec 10, 2020 10:00 am to 11:30 pm MST
There is broad understanding and agreement lately that there is a need to substantially increase the use of prescribed fire to create landscape resiliency, protect communities and ensure a safe and effective wildfire response. In response, more and more...

Fire and Fireline Impacts on Cultural Heritage Sites
Dec 9, 2020 11:30 am PST
Presenters:Kaitlyn Eldredge, National Park ServiceDr. Katrina Eichner, Associate Professor, University of Idaho, Dept. Sociology and AnthropologyThis seminar is part of the FOR 501 Seminar Series: Current Research on the University of Idaho Experimental...

Webinar - Where and when are High Severity Fires More Likely to Occur? Predicting Severe Fire Potential across the United States with the FIRESEV Project
Dec 9, 2020 11:00 am PST
Sponsors: LANDFIRE & The Nature ConservancyPresenter: Greg Dillon, Spatial Fire Analyst, U.S. Forest ServiceBurn severity is the ecological change resulting from wildland fires. Areas burned with high severity are of concern to land managers and...

Webinar - Through the Smoke: Mexican Spotted Owls, Wildfire and Forest Restoration
Dec 9, 2020 10:00 am MST
Part of the RMRS Land Manager-Focused Fall Webinar SeriesPresenters: Sam Cushman, RMRS Research Ecologist, Gavin Jones, RMRS Research Ecologist, and Joe Ganey, RMRS Research Wildlife BiologistJoin Through ZoomGov Meeting:> Click Here To Launch <...