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Biophysical Settings Review: What it is. How it works. Why it matters.
All ecosystems are dynamic, changing due to growth, succession and disturbances. Modeling large landscapes in the United States requires the collective knowledge of experienced and knowledgeable vegetation and fire experts. In collaboration with hundreds of colleagues, LANDFIRE produced more than 1,000 state-and-transitions models and descriptions — one for every ecosystem (called Biophysical Settings or BpS) mapped by the Program. The result is a major contribution to basic and applied vegetation ecology across the country.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
Carbon and water balances of southwestern ponderosa pine forests
Southwest Fire Science Consotrium Webinar
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
Challenges and Opportunities with Tribal Renewable Energy Development
Webinar is for tribes who are interested in responding to renewable Requests for Proposals (RFP) from utilities, or who simply want to learn more about the competitive power market.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
Changes in fuels across the western juniper/PJ woodland successional gradient and implications for effective use of fire treatments
Southwest Fire Science Consortium Webinar on fuels and fire treatments in pinon-juniper
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
Desert LCC Webinar for online database June 26, 2014
Springs Online Database - Sharing and Contributing Data Online Please join The Sky Island Alliance and Springs Stewardship Institute to learn about the new springs database! (Registration information below) DATE: June 26, 2014 TIME: 12:30 PM Pacific (Arizona) / 1:30 PM Mountain / 2:30 PM Central (Mexico City)
Located in Library / Announcements Inbox
This webinar by Dr. Linda Nagel discusses the adaptive silvicultural planning process to guide forest managers through the process of incorporating climate change into natural resource management. Case studies and a science-management partnership will be highlighted.
Located in Library
DroughtView: Combining on-the-ground know-how with remotely sensed data to assess drought impacts
Webinar presented by Jeremy Weiss, Climate and Geospatial Extension Scientist at the University of Arizona, and hosted by the Desert Landscape Conservation Cooperative.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
Effectiveness of post-fire seeding and herbicide treatments to battle cheatgrass in Zion National Park
Fine fuels from non-native, annual brome grasses have overcome native plants across much of Zion Canyon in Zion National Park.
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
Top-down regional climate patterns result in high spatial fire synchrony among Southwest forests. At landscape scales, however bottom-up (topography) patterns are also important in determining fire history and tree age structure variability. The distinct fire histories from these two study areas provided natural age structure experiments that indicated tree age cohorts occurred during periods of reduced fire frequencies. In some instances these periods were likely caused by climatic variability creating synchronous age cohorts across the region. At other times, extended fire intervals were a function of local topography. Overall, these studies demonstrated that landscape and climatic variations combine to produce complex spatial and temporal variations in fire history and tree age structures.
Located in Library
Forest Products - Into the Future Conference: Structural wood tech, bioproduct derivatives, cellulosic fibre
Join us for Forest Products – Into the Future, the two-day conference and annual meeting of the Forest Products Society Eastern Canadian Section, being held October 31 to November 1, 2012 in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada. For those who can’t join onsite - we will have live web streaming. Come and learn about the latest structural wood product technologies; what is coming from bioproduct derivatives; and how work at the molecular level will affect the future use of cellulosic fibre. Topics include: CNC and Robotics, Automation for the Wood Manufacturing Industry Biorefining of Kraft Lignin Biological Demethylation of Kraft Lignin Naturally Versatile: Use of Engineered Wood Product - Trends for Glulam, CLT, SIP Designing with Wood Biorefinery and Lignin Opportunities Nordic CLT Opportunities and Barriers to First Nation Participation in the Forestry Businesses
Located in Library / Rainwater Harvesting for Wildlife Workshop - October 22-24, 2012
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