Archived Webinars

Making National Spatial Data Work on Your NW Landscape

Sponsored by LANDFIRE and Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded May 9, 2017 - 12:00pm
Presented by Kori Blankenship

Kori Blankenship, Fire Ecologist wtih The Nature Conservancy's LANDFIRE Team presented, Making National Spatial Data Work on Your NW Landscape.

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Understanding Stakeholder Perceptions of Fire with Mental Modelling A case study from Ashland, OR

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded March 6, 2017 - 1:30pm
Presented by Antonie Jetter

Antonie Jetter, associate professor in the Dept. of Engineering and Technology Management at Portland State University, presented Understanding Stakeholder Perceptions of Fire with Mental Modelling A case study from Ashland, OR.


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A Summary of Fire Season 2016 in Oregon and Washington

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded December 14, 2016 - 10:00am
Presented by John Saltenberger

John Saltenberger, Meteorologist with the US Fish and Wildlife Service, presented A Summary of Fire Season 2016 in OR and WA.

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Creating fire adapted communities An interactional approach

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded December 7, 2016 - 10:00am
Presented by Travis Paveglio and Matt Carroll

Travis Paveglio, Assistant Professor at University of Idaho, and Matt Carroll, a Natural Resource Sociologist at Washington State University, presented Creating Fire Adapted Communities: An Interactional Approach.

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Communications Under Fire: Understanding Capacity for Effective Communication During Large Scale Wildfires

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded November 18, 2016 - 10:00am
Presented by Branda Nowell

Dr. Branda Nowell a Community Psychologist and a Professor in the School of Public and International Affairs presented Communications Under Fire: Understanding Capacity for Effective Communication During Large Scale Wildfires.

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Smoke Management Photographic Guide a visual aid for communicating smoke impacts

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded November 2, 2016 - 10:00am
Presented by Josh Hyde

Josh Hyde, Program Coordinator, Department of Forest Rangeland and Fire Sciences at University of Idaho presented Smoke Management Photographic Guide: a visual aid for communicating smoke impacts. Watch the video on our YouTube Channel

Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: Seven core principles / Applying principles of landscape restoration within the eastern Cascades

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded March 9, 2016 - 10:00am
Presented by Paul Hessburg and Ryan Haugo

Paul Hessburg, Research Landscape Ecologist with the USDA Forest Service & Ryan Haugo, Senior Forest Ecologist with The Nature Conservancy presented Restoring fire-prone Inland Pacific landscapes: Seven core principles / Applying principles of landscape restoration within the eastern Cascades.

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Finding the Best Available Science on Fire Effects and Fire Regimes in Northwestern and Northern Rockies Ecosystems

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium & Northern Rockies Fire Science Network
Recorded February 22, 2016 - 11:00am
Presented by Ilana Abrahamson & Robin Innes

Ilana Abrahamson and Robin Innes, both ecologists for the Fire Modeling Institute in the Fire, Fuel, and Smoke program of the Forest Service’s Rocky Mountain Research Station, demonstrated new search functions and fire regime products in the Fire Effects Information System (FEIS) that help inform fire management planning and decision-making in the Northwestern US and Northern Rocky Mountain region.

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BpS Review in the Pacific Northwest: What is it? How does it work? Why does it matter?

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium & TNC LANDFIRE
Recorded February 18, 2016 - 10:00am
Presented by Kori Blankenship

Kori Blankenship, Fire Ecologist with The Nature Conservancy, gave a brief primer on Biophysical Settings (BpS), a review of the dedicated website, and showed how and why the descriptions and expert review are important.

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Fuels patterns and a fire following mountain pine beetle mortality in the climax lodgepole pine forests of southern central Oregon

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded November 23, 2015 - 9:30am
Presented by Dr. Dave Shaw and Michelle Agne

The last of three webinars focusing on insects and fire, Dr. Dave Shaw and Michelle Agne, Department of Forest Engineering, Resources & Management at Oregon State University, presented on November 23rd - Fuels patterns and a fire following mountain pine beetle mortality in the climax lodgepole pine forests of southern central Oregon.

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