Archived Webinars

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

BpS Review in the Pacific Northwest

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

Fuels patterns and a fire following MPB...

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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Influence of recent bark beetle outbreaks on wildfire

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded November 13, 2015 - 1:45pm
Presented by Dr. Sarah Hart

Influence of recent bark beetle outbreaks on wildfire

The second of three webinars focusing on insects and fire, Dr. Sarah Hart, Department of Geography at the University of Colorado Boulder, presented on November 13th - Influence of recent bark beetle outbreaks on wildfire.

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Does wildfire likelihood or severity increase following insect outbreaks in conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest?

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded November 4, 2015 - 12:45pm
Presented by Dr. Garrett Meigs

Does wildfire likelihood or severity increase following insect outbreaks...

The first of three webinars focusing on insects and fire, Dr. Garrett Meigs, Department of Forestry at the University of Vermont, presented on November 4th - Does wildfire likelihood or severity increase following insect outbreaks in conifer forests of the Pacific Northwest?
The video begins at 1:51. Watch the video on our YouTube channel.

Large incident risk assessments: The roles of the agency administrator and the resource specialist

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded June 2, 2015 - 10:00am
Presented by Stephen Gage and Kevin Martin

Wildfire risk assessment

Stephen Gage, Asst. Dir., Operations for fire and aviation management USFS & Kevin Martin, Forest Supervisor, Umatilla National Forest presents Large incident risk assessments: The roles of the agency administrator and the resource specialist

Recorded on June 2, 2015

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Drivers of Wildfire Suppression Costs

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded May 21, 2015 - 12:00pm
Presented by Cassandra Moseley and Autumn Ellison

Drivers of Wildfire Suppression Spending

Cassandra Moseley - Director & Autumn Ellison - Research Assistant, Ecosystem Workforce Program, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon presents: Drivers of Wildfire Suppression Costs

Recorded May 20, 2015

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Climate & Weather Outlook for the 2015 Fire Season in the PNW

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded April 8, 2015 - 2:00pm
Presented by John Saltenberger

Climate & Weather Outlook for the 2015 Fire Season in the PNW

John Saltenberger, Meteorologist Predictive Services Program Northwest Interagency Coordination Center, Portland OR presents: Climate & Weather Outlook for the 2015 Fire Season in the PNW
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Vulnerability of spring Chinook and bull trout to broad-scale disturbance processes: wildfire and climate change

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded February 9, 2015 - 10:00am

Bull trout and spring Chinook in a fire prone landscape

Rebecca Flitcroft, Research Fish Biologist with the USFS PNW Research Station presents: Vulnerability of spring Chinook and bull trout to broad-scale disturbance processes: wildfire and climate change

Recorded February 9th

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Fire severity and post-fire vegetation recovery in riparian areas of two Oregon fires

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium
Recorded January 26, 2015 - 10:00am
Presented by Jessica Halofsky

Post-fire vegetation recovery in riparian areas

Jessica Halofsky presents Fire severity and post-fire vegetation recovery in riparian areas of the Biscuit and B&B fires, Oregon


Recorded January 26th


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A new approach to evaluate forest structure restoration needs across Oregon and Washington

Sponsored by Northwest Fire Science Consortium & LANDFIRE
Recorded December 2, 2014 - 1:00pm
Presented by Mark Stern, Ryan Haugo, and Chris Zanger

A New Approach to Evaluate Forest Structure Restoration Needs Across Oregon & Washington

TNC has recently completed with the USFS R6 Ecology Program assessing forest restoration needs across eastern WA, eastern OR and southwest OR.  TNC Forest Conservation Director Mark Stern will give a brief introduction from his perspective as a TNC program director and participant in several forest collaboratives. TNC’s Chris Zanger, forest analyst, and Ryan Haugo, senior forest ecologist, will handle the bulk of the presentation. The study, A New Approach to Evaluate Forest Structure Restoration Needs Across Oregon and Washington, appears in the January 2015 issue of Forest Ecology and Management

Recorded December 2, 2014

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