Past Events

Increasing trends in high severity fire in the southwestern USA from 1984-2013– August 24, 2016 (webinar)

Presenter: Megan Poling, Northern Arizona University PhD Student In the last three decades nearly 5 million hectares have burned in all vegetation types in the Southwest and the largest fires in documented history have occurred in the past two decades. However, trends in severity, or how fires are burning have not been well documented in forest [...]

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Meeting the JFSP data availability requirement – August 22, 2016 (webinar)

Presenters: Laurie Porth and Dave Rugg, U.S. Forest Service Research & Development, Research Data Archive Meeting the JFSP grant requirement for post-research data accessibility requires some planning. This webinar will review the two paths for satisfying the data requirement, discuss in detail what is needed for publishing research data through the Forest Service Research Data Archive, [...]

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Southwest Fire Season: 2015 Overview and 2016 Outlook – May 25, 2016 (Webinar)

Presenter: Zander Evans, Forest Guild and Brent Wachter, National Weather Service Please join us for a webinar to review last year’s fires and look ahead toward conditions for this year. Dr. Zander Evans will present an overview of the 12 largest fires in the Southwest during 2015. He will share summaries of forest types and burn [...]

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