Northwest Fire Science Consortium


May 2021
On Demand Pre-recorded Webinar  Series
May 6th, 2021 Panel Discussion: 12-1:30pm PDT

Watch this pre-recorded webinar series on the latest research from USDA Forest Service Research Station on salvage logging management decisions and tools. Then join the panel discussion with presenters on  Thursday, May 6th 12-1:30pm PDT.

Speakers & Topics:
  • Vicki Saab & Jonathan Dudley (Rocky Mountain Research Station): Incorporating woodpecker habitat into design of post-fire salvage logging
  • Joe Wagenbrenner (Pacific Southwest Research Station): Post-fire salvage logging effects on soils, runoff, and sediment production in western watersheds
  • Sharon Hood (Rocky Mountain Research Station): Is that tree dead? Predicting tree death after fire for salvage decisions
  • Morris Johnson (Pacific Northwest Research Station): Understanding post wildfire management effects on stand structure and woody fuel loadings
More Information & Registration Here
Session Details: Panel Discussion Thursday, May 6th at 12:00pm US/Pacific || Duration: 1.5 hours
Wednesday, May 12th, 2021 at 10am PDT

Wildfire is an annual threat for many rural communities in the Pacific Northwest. In some severe events, evacuation is one potential course of action to gain safety from an advancing wildfire. Since most evacuations occur in a personal vehicle along the surrounding road network, the quality of this network is a critical component of a community's vulnerability to wildfire. This webinar details a regional-scale screening of wildfire evacuation vulnerability that was completed for 696 Oregon and Washington rural towns.

Alex Dye, Oregon State University
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Session Details: Wednesday, May 12th at 10:00am US/Pacific || Duration: 1 hour
We'd like to hear from you!
Janean H. Creighton, Administrative Director | 541-737-1049
Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR

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