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The Pacific Southwest (PSW) Research Station of the US Forest Service is recruiting two postdoctoral Research Ecologists to work at the GS-11/12 level with the PSW North Zone Research Team. The scientists will be members of the Biodiversity and Ecosystems (B&E) Research Area, located in Placerville, CA. The candidates will co-lead a variety of interrelated projects associated with...
The National Park Service Alaska Fire Ecology programs will host three Scientists in Parks intern positions next winter. Positions will offer opportunity to work directly with NPS fire ecologists to develop skills related to remote sensing, fire ecology and fire science. Specifically, these internships will delve into applications of high-resolution imagery analyses, terrestrial lidar scanning,...
Technicians will serve as crew members conducting Whitebark Pine surveys in high elevation alpine environments near Salmon, Challis, and Stanley, Idaho. Primary duties include collecting various metrics such as tree health, white pine blister rust presence, cone production, and characteristics of individual trees (height, diameter etc.).
Vovener de Verlands Edmond, PhD Candidate in the College of Natural Resources, Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences at the University of Idaho, will present his proposal.
Major Professor: Andrew Nelson
Ecological considerations for fire-adapted forests east of the Oregon Cascades.
Instructor: John Punches
This webinar is part...
Featuring four research perspectives:
Chuck Rhoades - Research Biogeochemist, US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
- Limited seed viability in long-dead serotinous lodgepole pine trees in the Southern Rockies, USA ...
Join the Washington Environmental Council and their partners for the 2022 Virtual Carbon Friendly Forest Conference, an interactive virtual webinar series. This year’s conference includes presentations and conversations on topics like: community...
The 7th Fire in Eastern Oaks conference was scheduled as a virtual conference for December 6-8, 2022. The decision to make this an in-person meeting has pushed it back to mid-May of 2023 in Tyler, TX. This post will be updated once...
The Winter Meeting, hosted by Colorado Gov. Jared Polis, will feature the Western Governors and their special guests in public conversations about the most significant issues facing the region during the two-day event.
This seminar is part of the 2022-2023 Missoula Fire Lab Seminar Series.
Presenter: Kim Davis, RMRS Research Ecologist
A virtual lecture presented by Phil McCormick, PhD
Since 2010, Australian national and state governments have commissioned at least 101 post-emergency inquiries and reviews, each of which makes recommendations to improve the way we prevent,...
This webinar is part of the Oak Woodlands and Forests Fire Consortium 2022/23 Fall-Winter Fire Science Webinar Series.
Presenter: Arjum Adhikari,...
Foresters try to emulate natural disturbance through silvicultural practices, but often nature has other ideas, confounding well-implemented prescriptions. Join this two-day exploration of connections between natural disturbance, wildlife habitat, and...