The Joint Fire Science Program just published the September 2012 Issue of Fire Science Digest:
“Smoke Science Plan: The Path Forward”
Read it here. (Click the “Full Screen” button for the best viewing.)
Can’t access the document above?
Download the full pdf here: http://www.firescience.gov/Digest/FSdigest14.pdf
All of the presentations, handouts, and recordings from the 2012 Alaska Fire Science Workshop are available for viewing/download here: www.frames.gov/afsc/2012workshop
Click on any of the topics below to watch the recording:
It’s that time of year again to reset from the busy summer and catch up on the latest news in fire science and management planning. Webinars are becoming the fastest and easiest way to communicate from afar. Here’s just a glimpse of some free webinars coming your way (shown in Alaska Time):
It’s that time of year again to start thinking about burning your leftover piles from this year’s (or past) hazard fuel reduction projects.
Ever wonder how much biomass you are actually burning in those piles? Need a better way to estimate smoke emissions and impacts to comply with the evermore strict air quality reguations?