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Latest research in fire science focus of free webinar series

Luca Carmignani, UC Cooperative Extension fire advisor, conducts plant flammability study.

Wildfire, cultural and prescribed burns, plant flammability among topics covered

Interested in learning about some of the latest research in fire science and stewardship? Join the UC ANR Fire Network  for a series of free lunchtime webinars to explore fire science topics with colleagues from across the globe.

This four-part webinar series will address fire in land management, plant flammability, fire history and management and forestry and fuel profiles. 

Everyone is welcome to watch the Hot Topics in Fire Science and Stewardship Webinar Series. 

Restoring Fire to Meadows and Other Cultural Landscapes

Presenters: Alice Lincoln-Cook, California Indian Basketweavers Association; Brian Peterson, Fire Forward

How Can We Assess Plant Flammability?

Presenters: Jane Cawson, University of Melbourne; Max Moritz, UC Santa Barbara and UC ANR

Nuances in Fire History and Management: Lessons from Oregon Presenters: Andrew Merschel, U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest; Chris Dunn, Oregon State University

Forestry and Fuel Profiles

Presenters: Don Radcliffe, University of Washington; Eric Knapp, U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest

For more information, visit https://ucanr.edu/sites/fire/Home_430/Events.  

 

 

Posted on Wednesday, May 15, 2024 at 5:08 PM
Tags: Forestry (10), plant flammability (1), Wildfire (182)
Focus Area Tags: Environment

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