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Bringing People Together & Sharing Knowledge in the Northern Rockies

Webinars

In partnership with scientists and managers, we develop and sponsor webinars and web discussions. Webinars and interactive web discussions provide a forum for sharing information about specific topics or scientific resources in support of fire and fuels management.

We also maintain a Northern Rockies-relevant Webinar & Video Archive that can be searched by presenter, date, topic, and ecosystem. 

Upcoming

Feb 9, 2021
Webinar: Young forests and fire: Using LiDAR-imagery fusion to explore fuels and fire severity in a subalpine forest reburn Presenters: Kristin Braziunas, University of Wisconsin, and Diane Abendroth, National Park Service Landscape-scale maps of vegetation structure...   Read more

Past

tree seedling in burned area
Jan 13, 2021
Presented by Camille Stevens-Rumann and hosted by the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network and the Association for Fire Ecology, this webinar covered a recent review published in the Journal of Fire Ecology on tree regeneration following wildfire in the...   Read more
burned forest
Oct 21, 2020
The NRFSN partnered with Sustainable Northwest and the Northwest Fire Science Consortium to share information about a JFSP funded research project that evaluates the "work of wildfires" on the landscape and helps identify post-fire management needs....   Read more
Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation Logo
Apr 23, 2020
The Northern Rockies Fire Science Network partnered with the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation’s (DNRC) Forestry Division to share information about the development of a statewide wildfire risk assessment. The risk assessment will...   Read more
Bob Keane observes an old growth ponderosa pine with an indian bark peel in the Bob Marshall Wilderness
Mar 24, 2020
Dr. Robert Keane presented results from several studies on a retrospective journey through 30 years of whitebark pine and wilderness fire research in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex.  This webinar was hosted by the Rocky Mountain Research Station Fire,...   Read more
Example of Photoload fuel loadings
Feb 18, 2020
Wildland fire researchers and fire managers need better estimates of surface fuel loadings but getting accurate estimates takes time and resources. A relatively new fuel sampling system, called the photoload sampling technique, has been developed to quickly...   Read more
NFDRS2016 logo
Feb 5, 2020
In this webinar, Matt Jolly (Research Ecologist, USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station) presented updates, structure and function of the current version of the US National Fire Danger Rating System, NFDRS2016. Webinar Recording To stay...   Read more
Fire spread model graphic
Jan 22, 2020
This webinar provided an introduction and overview of the FlamMap modeling system and its capabilities. FlamMap is a fire analysis desktop application that runs in a 64-bit Windows Operating System environment. The FlamMap fire mapping and analysis system (...   Read more
Landscape view of beetle-killed trees
Sep 4, 2019
Researchers presented results from a National Science Foundation-funded project studying management responses to Mountain Pine Beetle infestations in the western U.S. This research included case studies of national forests and surrounding communities that...   Read more
Jun 4, 2019
  With increases in the severity and duration of fire seasons, wildland firefighters are working longer shifts all across the west and are experiencing increased fatigue. In this webinar, Dr. Randy Brooks presented results from a survey of more than 400...   Read more
mixed severity fire
May 21, 2019
Mixed severity fire regime systems may be the most widely distributed and yet poorly understood fire regime type in western North America. This incongruity results from the diversity of forest types and fire regime attributes that are encompassed by the...   Read more

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