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Southwest Fire Science Consortium Webinar
Title: Fuels Treatment Practices for Mixed Conifer Forests in the Southwest
Save the Dates: February 27-March 1, 2012
Fire, Landscapes, Wildlife & People: Building Alliances for Restoring Ecosystem Resilience
The Association for Fire Ecology Regional Conference, Santa Fe, New Mexico
For details: http://www.humboldt.edu/swfire
For information, contact:
Mark Kaib, conference committee co-chair: email@example.com
Tyson Swetnam and Kit O'Connor shared the honor of top honor in Agriculture and Environmental Sciences as well as the President's Award at the Homecoming Student Showcase. The winning poster's title was "Mapping Forests in 3-D: Applications of Vegetation Mapping from Aerial Lasers."
Area of Expertise:Fire ecology, dendroecology, remote sensing, geographic information systems
My research interests include carbon dynamics, fire ecology, restoration ecology, and remote sensing. I am currently employed by the US Forest Service under the Student Temporary Experience Program (STEP). My work for the USFS involves quantifying the amount of above ground carbon in the Coronado National Forest through remotely sensed data calibrated with ground-truth measurements.
Area of Expertise:Fire history, fire ecology, dendroecology, and restoration ecology
Dr. John Koprowski in the School of Natural Resources and the Environment takes a special interest in what happens to populations at the edges of their range. Range edges are constantly growing due to fragmentation - and these are the places where we are likely to see striking ecological shifts as the climate changes.