Archived Webinars

Fire Management of American Indian Basket Weaving Plants in the Pacific Northwest

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded January 25, 2018 - 10:00am

Fire Management of American Indian Basket Weaving Plants in the Pacific Northwest

Georgia Fredeluces and Tony Marks-Block both recipients of the Joint Fire Science Program''s Graduate Research Innovation (GRIN) grant presented 'Fire Management of American Indian Basket Weaving Plants in the Pacific Northwest'

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A Climate Change Assessment of Vegetation, Fire, and Ecosystem Services for Tribal lands in the PNW

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded December 19, 2017 - 10:00am
Presented by Michael Case

A Climate Change Assessment of Vegetation, Fire, and Ecosystem Services for Tribal lands in the PNW

Dr. Michael Case, Research Scientist with the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences at the University of Washington presented, A Climate Change Assessment of Vegetation, Fire, and Ecosystem Services for Tribal lands in the Pacific Northwest.

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Rangeland Fire Protection Associations in Oregon and Idaho: Implications for Fire Adaptation and Agency-Community Relationships

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded June 7, 2017 - 10:00am
Presented by Jesse Abrams and Emily Jane Davis

RFPAs in Oregon and Idaho: Implications for Fire Adaptation and Agency-Community Relationships

Jesse Abrams, Research Associate with Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment at the University of Oregon and Dr. Emily Jane Davis, Assistant Professor and Extension Specialist with Oregon State University presented, Rangeland Fire Protection Associations in Oregon and Idaho: Implications for Fire Adaptation and Agency-Community Relationships.

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An outlook for the 2017 fire season in WA and OR

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium & WA DNR
Recorded June 2, 2017 - 10:00am
Presented by Josh Clark

An outlook for the 2017 fire season in WA and OR

Josh Clark, Meterologist for the Washington DNR presented, An outlook for the 2017 fire season in WA and OR.

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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

Making National Spatial Data Work on Your NW Landscape

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

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

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

A Summary of Fire Season 2016 in Oregon and Washington

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

Creating fire adapted communities An interactional approach

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

Communications Under Fire Understanding Capacity for Effective Communication During Large Scale Wild

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

Smoke Management Photographic Guide a visual aid for communicating smoke impacts

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

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