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LANDFIRE OFFICE HOUR; Wildfire risk to communities: 2022 Update; Logo: Wildfire Risk to Communities, LANDFIRE, Greg DillonOffice Hours: This Wednesday


(Only) TWO more Office Hours in 2022:

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October 26, 1 pm (ET): 
Topic: Snag Hazard Mapping to Reduce Risk to Wildland Fire Responders
Guest: Karin Riley, Research Ecologist, US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station & Kit O'Connor, Research Ecologist, US Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station

December 7, 1 pm (ET): 
Topic: How are LANDFIRE's Vegetation & Cover products mapped?
Guest: Daryn Dockter, Vegetation Scientist, KBR


Format:
  • 15-20 minutes: The speaker(s) provide a quick summary of their work and how it intersects with LANDFIRE data and products
  • 35-45 minutes: Anything goes from our LANDFIRE audience. Bring your LANDFIRE related questions, queries and problems and we will do our best to provide real-time help.

 
Check out this LANDFIRE storymap which quickly breaks down data elements from LF2016 to LF2020 ⬇️⬇️⬇️
 

The New Age of LANDFIRE

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⇩ (NEW) YouTube content ⇩
Historical Fire Regime Assessment, Randy Swaty, Ecologist, TNC, Logo: LANDFIRE, Randy Swaty and Vermont image
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Henry Bastian
DOI Business Lead

Jim Menakis
USFS Business Lead

Tim Hatten
USGS Project Manager
Jim Smith
TNC-LF Project Lead

Tobin Smail
USFS Technical Lead 

Inga La Puma
LF Technical Lead 
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