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Potential Postwildfire Debris-Flow Hazards - A Prewidlfire Evaluation for the Sandia and Manzano Mountains and Surrounding Areas, Central New Mexico
USGS Scientific Investigations Report 2014-5161. Tillery, A.C., Haas, J.R., Miller, L.W., Scott, J.H., and Thompson, M.P., 2014. Prepared in cooperation with the Bernalillo County Natural Resources Services.
Oregon Integrated Land Assessment Project Final Report
The Integrated Landscape Assessment Project (ILAP) was a multi-year effort to produce information, maps, and models to help land managers, policy-makers, and others conduct mid- to broad-scale (e.g., watersheds to states and larger areas) prioritization of land management actions, perform landscape assessments, and estimate cumulative effects of management actions for planning and other purposes
Oregon ILAP Website
What is the project? This three-year project created more than fifty jobs to work on the watershed-level prioritization of land management actions based on fuel conditions, wildlife and aquatic habitats, economic values, and projected climate change across all lands in Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon and Washington.
Evaluation of the Greater Santa Fe Fireshed Coalition Public Meeting of May 12, 2016
Report on the May 12, 2016 "Fire Fair" by the GSFFC Communication Team
Middle Rio Grande Wood Supply Analysis: Wood Supply Atlas
Prepared by TNC for Ciudad SWCD, February 2015
Climate change in grasslands, shrublands, and deserts of the interior American West: a review and needs assessment
This volume reviews existing climate models that predict species and vegetation changes in the western United States, and it synthesizes knowledge about climate change impacts on the native fauna and flora of grasslands, shrublands and deserts of the interior American West. Rocky Mountain Research Station Online Publication.
New Mexico State Forestry Statewide Assessment Maps
Maps from the NM Statewide Assessment
2016-2018 Public Comment Draft 303(d)/305(b) Integrated List of Assessed Surface Waters
Presentation to the Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group/Drought Task Force Watershed Management Subcommittee, April 15, 2016
2016-2018 Public Comment Draft State of New Mexico CWA 303(d)/305(b) Integrated List of Assessed Surface Waters
PDF Version of a presentation made to the Forest and Watershed Health Coordinating Group/Drought Task Force Watershed Management Subcommittee, April 15, 2016
Colorado Forest Restoration Institute - Publications
A collection of CFRI publications and housed at the Warner College of Natural Resources on the campus of Colorado State University
Ecological Restoration Institute Library
The ERI library contains approximately 600 items relating to ecological restoration. The library includes articles involving ecological and sociopolitical research, congressional testimony, newsletters, press releases, slides, videos, audio files, working papers, and white papers.
Young Scientists Measure Wildfire Threat
Audio Postcard from KUNM's Anna Lande and YCC crew leaders at the Valle de Oro Wildlife Refuge. Aired July 8, 2016.
2016 Wildfire Season: An Overview, Southwestern U.S.
Evans, A., 2017. Technical Report. Ecological Restoration Institute and the Southwest fire Science Consortium, Northern Arizona University, May 2017
2005 NM Communities at Risk Plan (pdf 5.7MB)
2005 NM Communities at Risk Plan (pdf 5.7MB)
2008 NEW MEXICO COMMUNITIES AT RISK ASSESSMENT PLAN
2008 NEW MEXICO COMMUNITIES AT RISK ASSESSMENT PLAN
Training opportunity THIS SATURDAY, June 10th!! Home hazard assessment training and woodland restoration workshop!
Join Krys Nystrom of the Wildfire Network, Jan-Willem Jansens of Ecotone Landscape Planning, and Zander Evans of the Forest Stewards Guild for a wildfire home hazard risk assessment training and tour of a woodland restoration project in the Wildland Urban Interface. The training will take place at a private residence and to limit parking issues we will be meeting at 9:45 am the Atalaya Lower Trailhead parking lot off of Camino de Cruz Blanca in the St. John's College parking lot. To find out more about the event please call Zander Evans at 505-603-2550 or zander@forestguild.org.
Middle Rio Grande Wood Supply - TNC Presentation
Presentation made by Steve Bassett to the Coordinating Group on April 3, 2015
Data atlases for the New Mexico statewide assessment and strategy and response plans
2010 New Mexico Statewide Natural Resources Assessment and Strategy and Response Plans
“A science-based process for identifying, prioritizing, and conducting natural resource management and restoration activities in New Mexico. NM Forestry Division, June 2010.”
Rio Grande Water Fund Monitoring and Adaptive Management Plan
Final Report to Ciudad SWCD, April 2015
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