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Feb 28 2024
Saba will be talking about the two manuscripts from her Master’s work, which focuses on updating and calibrating measurements between CBI, RdNBR, and individual field-based severity metrics throughout the Interior Pacific Northwest. The first key finding…

Feb 28 2024
The NAFSE Fire & Fire History Working Group is hosting its first mini-symposium on Wednesday, February 28th to bring together fire researchers from the region to share their work, knowledge, and passion. We hope you can join us for a suite of short…

Feb 28 2024
Communities across the central United States gain a wide range of benefits from prescribed fire, including improving forage quality, reducing the intensity of wildfires, restoring habitat for game species and rare species, and renewing a positive…

Feb 28 2024
Join the Rocky Mountain Research Station for the Spring 2024 Science You Can Use webinar series featuring seven land-manager focused webinars. These one-hour sessions will begin with concise presentations followed by a question and answers…

Feb 27 2024
Controlling fire was the first major technological advance made by early humans. These days, fire is still used as a management tool, but (usually!) under more prescribed conditions than in the Paleolithic. Prescribed fire is carried out in many…

Feb 27 - 28 2024
With greater emphasis and funding directed at hazardous fuels and wildlife habitat enhancement projects, agency staff are tasked with planning and implementing more vegetation treatments. The 2024 interagency workshop, hosted by the Alaska Fire…

Feb 22 2024
Sarah McCaffrey, PhD, retired in 2022 after 20 years as a fire social scientist with the US Forest Service where her research focused on understanding the social dynamics of fire management.  This included research projects that examined the role of…

Feb 22 2024
Communities across the central United States gain a wide range of benefits from prescribed fire, including improving forage quality, reducing the intensity of wildfires, restoring habitat for game species and rare species, and renewing a positive…

Feb 22 2024
BehavePlus was first developed in 1998 by Pat Andrews, following the success of the DOS version of BEHAVE. Still in use today, there have been six versions, each with upgrades to aid in better calculating fire behavior. The current version of the…

Feb 22 2024
Updates on the Colorado Smoke Management Program, pile burning, weather parameters to monitor, effective pile burning Information on the Colorado Fire Commission (CFC) Prescribed Fire Subcommittee efforts  Presentation on …