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LANDFIRE Brief
In this update:

LANDFIRE OFFICE HOUR;Using LANDFIRE to map bee species habitat preferencesOffice Hours:
This Wed.


When: Wednesday, June 29, 2022
Time: 1 pm (ET)

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1) First 15-minutes of the office hours: Matt Reeves, Research Ecologist, Rocky Mountain Research Station, USFS "Leveraging Landfire Data to Map Sagebrush Species in Support of Risk Assessment in the Great Basin"

2) Next 30-45 minutes:
General LANDFIRE Question and Answer session - anything goes! Bring your questions (for Matt or other LANDFIRE questions) and join the conversation!


*note new day for office hours is Wednesday, (not Thursday)
 
This series is managed by TNC's LANDFIRE Team and will include participation from a variety of federal and non-federal partners and guests
 
MoD-FIS 2022 SW for Spring is available 
Modeling Dynamic Fuels with an Index System (MoD-FIS), supplies three products a year (spring, summer, fall) to give land managers in the western U.S. a hint of 2022 fire trends by informing them how lack (or increase) of moisture in the western U.S. has changed herbaceous vegetation, grass cover, etc., and, therefore, is potential fire fuel. Given the moisture the PNW is receiving this year, the increase in spring precipitation has effects (both short and long-term) for the summer.

Check out the (new) LANDFIRE Data & Applications Factsheet

By: Inga LaPuma & Tim Hatten
Fact Sheet 2022–3034
May 2022

 
(New) Data Distribution Map Viewer Tutorials & Disturbance Webinar:
Never miss a LANDFIRE Data Alert. LANDFIRE is continually changing. We make updates all year long and want our LANDFIRE community to stay informed when data alerts are released. If you want to stay informed of these data alerts, sign up ➡️

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LANDFIRE PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
Henry Bastian
DOI Business Lead
Jim Menakis
USFS Business Lead
Tim Hatten
USGS Project Manager
Jim Smith
TNC-LF Project Lead
Inga La Puma
LF Technical Lead 
Contractor to the USGS


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