From the Conclusion: 'The fire management program at Everglades National Park should continue to expand. With the recent development of a fire ecology research capability at the park, evaluation of the effects of the fire management program and...
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From the text ... 'The regeneration of cypress on lands which were once dominated by Taxodium in Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary is constrained by biological factors, including seed availability and viability, narrow germination and seedling...
The first phase of the Florida Area Cumulus Experiment (FACE) has been completed. This program was designed to determine whether dynamic seeding (using silver iodide pyrotechnics dropped into supercooled convective clouds near their tops) can be used...
From the text... 'Lightning continues to be the nation*s number one stormy weather killer. Annual lightning deaths probably exceed 200, although only about one half of these are reported in any single tabulation. Lightning injuries probably exceed...
Economic limitations prevent the mapping over large areas of forest fire fuel types using conventional forestry methods. The information contained in such maps would be a valuable tool for assisting in initial attack planning, presuppression planning...
Many mechanisms and factors are responsible for winds in mountainous areas. A mathematical model was developed on the premise that mountain winds are the result of vector addition of wind components generated and modified by these influences. The...
'...Santa Barbara has experienced many fires since its founding, and this one stands out particularly as a case when the proper meteorological conditions, the dessicated brush, and a small accidental blaze contributed to the development of a...
The recent fire history of Barron Township (18,600 ha) in Algonquin Park was studied by examining historical documents and dating past forest fires using dendrochronological techniques. Lightning is still a major ignition source. Over the 36-year...
Knowledge of rates of evapotranspiration and their variation within Florida is necessary for development of a rational water resources management program for the state. A method is presented for use of temperature and precipitation data to determine...
Boca Raton Hammock on the barrier island was originally bordered on the west with a freshwater sawgrass marsh which became overgrown by mangroves following drainage. The tropical hammock has remained since the mid-1800's. Strand vegetation...
This position is located with Bureau of Indian Affairs, Office of Trust Services Location Negotiable After Selection, United States. Summer work locations and duties vary and are designed to provide hands on experience and training. Upon successful completion of the Pathways Internship Program, students may be non-competitively placed into career-conditional positions within the BIA.
As a Student Trainee (Pathways), you will serve in a developmental role to gain experience by working with higher graded employees/specialists in support of the mission of the BIA and will receive both formal and on-the-job training to develop the required knowledge and skill to successfully perform the duties of the position pertaining to the functions and operations of the organization and the specialty area, with an emphasis on the oversight, protection, management and utilization of federal Indian trust or restricted lands, such as assembling data, consolidating and preparing reports, gathering and analyzing requested information for a variety of projects, providing information to others and following up to assure completion. Receive other developmental assignments to broaden the student's knowledge of the BIA activities in related program areas and assist the student in acquiring the competencies of a target position.
Internship work assignment opportunities are based on BIA needs. Under this announcement, real estate services, land titles and records, minerals and energy, and forestry management programs will be given priority consideration. However, selections may be made for other program areas, including for the following targeted positions:
- Natural Resources Management and Biological Sciences
- Rangeland or Agriculture Management
- Soil Conservation
- Civil Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
- Legal Instruments Examining
- Irrigation System Operation
The full performance level of this position is GS-4. Identification of promotion potential in this announcement does not constitute a commitment or an obligation on the part of management to promote the employee selected at some future date. A career ladder promotion is at the discretion of management, and in no way guaranteed.
The Australian Citizen Science Association is conducting a Citizen Science Bushfire Response Project Audit to gather information on research projects that include bushfire/forest/wildfire as their focus and citizen science as part of their methodologies.
The University of Washington’s Forest Resilience Lab seeks to hire 1 Crew Leader and 3 Field Technicians for the summer of 2020 to work in the Colville National Forest in northeastern Washington. Work will include:
- Measuring and mapping of restoration-oriented forest management practices.
- Spatial pattern mapping of recently thinned stands.
- Collect inventory data for restoration prescriptions and monitoring.
Positions will start in late May or early June and last through August, 10 to 12 weeks, with the potential for continued work.
Application review will begin on Feb. 1, 2020.
Presenters: Randy Swaty, Ecologist, and Jim Smith, LF Program Lead, TNC-LANDFIRE
Sponsor: Lake States Fire Science Consortium
This webinar will inform participants about the new LANDFIRE Remap products, what has changed from previous...
This year’s symposium focuses on integrating the three pillars of the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy: Resilient Landscapes, Fire-Adapted Communities, and Safe and Effective Wildfire Response. The Cohesive Strategy has withstood...
The IAFC's Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) conference offers hands-on training and interactive sessions designed to address the challenges of wildland fire. If you're one of the many people responsible for protecting local forests or educating...
AFSC is working with the NASA Arctic-Boreal Vulnerability Experiment (ABoVE) to organize a hands-on workshop on using their data and products in operational...
Presenter: Dr. Luigi Boschetti - Professor of Remote Sensing, University of Idaho
Part of the University of Idaho, College of Natural Resources, Department of Forest, Rangeland and Fire Sciences' Spring 2020 Seminar Series.
IFTDSS is a simple and intuitive interface that provides the ability to model fire behavior across an area of interest under a variety of weather conditions and easily generate downloadable maps, graphs, and tables of model results. IFTDSS hosts a...
Sponsored by the Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Presented by Jessie Dodge, University of Idaho
This study sought to evaluate the effect of spatial scale in remotely assessing ground cover components measured one-year after the 2007...
Hosted by the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network
Presented by Chuck McHugh, Fire Spatial Analyst with the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station
This webinar will provide an introduction and overview of the FlamMap...
Presented by Nancy HF French, Susan Prichard, Maureen Kennedy, and Michael Billmire
Michigan Tech Research Institute and University of Washington
The JFSP has supported the development of a new resource for defining fuel loading across the...
Maria Zubkova, doctoral candidate in Natural Resources at the University of Idaho, will defend her dissertation.
Major Professor: Dr. Luigi Boschetti
Join the Association for Fire Ecology and the Southwest Fire Science Consortium for the 8th International Fire Ecology and Management Congress. The Congress will expand the ecological concept of pyrodiversity to explore interconnectedness among a...
Presented by Dr. Clay Blankenship, Universities Space Research Association (USRA)/NASA Short-Term Prediction Research and Transition (SPORT)
Soil moisture is a critical variable for agriculture and for predicting fire risk, and monitoring...
Sponsor: California Fire Science Consortium
Presenters: The Nature Conservancy’s LANDFIRE Team members Kori Blankenship, Fire Ecologist, and Jim Smith, LF Program Lead.
This webinar will focus on LANDFIRE Remap products in the Southwest U...
The International Association of Wildland Fire is presenting this workshop in partnership with the Wildland Fire Leadership Council (WFLC) and the Western, Southeast and Northeast Regional Strategy Committees.