LANDFIRE Webinars - 2017 Series Completed

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We Customize!

LANDFIRE customizes, develops and delivers webinars to constituents, colleagues,  stakeholders, and decision-makers across the country. After years of presenting news and application stories, we continue to respond to special requests in addition to presenting material that we know is important to users.

While we reach out to those who we think might benefit from a LANDFIRE webinar, we also welcome your requests to set one (several?) up. Write Landfire@tnc.org, and we'll respond asap to talk about ideas, timing and audiences. WE'RE PLANNING THE 2018 SERIES NOW. Please connect with us soon. 


2017 Webinars COMPLETED  

Recordings are posted on the LANDFIRE YouTube channel. Click on the title of the presentation to access the video directly.

2/10 - LANDFIRE Introductory Data Product Review for Alaska. Presenter Wendel Hann. General information about LF's Data Product Review.

3/13 - Do-It-Yourself Data Tinkering: Adapting Spatial Data for Local Use - Co-hosted with Conservation Biology Institute and SCGIS. Presenter Kori Blankenship.

4/12 - By special request: BpS Review for the BLM Core Science Forum. Presenter Kori Blankenship.

4/19 - Do-It-Yourself Tinkering - LANDFIRE Data Modification for the Northern Rockies. Presenter Kori Blankenship.

5/3 -   LANDFIRE in California: What It Is and Why It Matters. Presenter Jim Smith.

5/9 - Making National Spatial Data Work on Your NW Landscape. Presenter Kori Blankenship.  (For more information on this topic see the recently released guide: Modifying LANDFIRE Geospatial Data for Local Applicationsby Don Helmbrecht and Kori Blankenship.)

9/20 - Tools and Data for Large Landscape Management. Co-hosted with Network for Landscape Conservation for the NPS "Scaling Up" series. Presenter Randy Swaty.

9/26 - All Lands Data from Vegetation to Fuels: Planning, Engagement, and Feedback. Co-hostied with Utah State University Forestry Extension. Presenter Henry Bastian.

10/3: Modeling Dynamic Fuels with an Index System: MoD-FIS in the Great Basin and Southwest U.S. Co-hosted with Southern Rockies, Great Basin, and Southwest Fire Science Exchanges.presenters Charley Martin and Tobin Smail, Fire and Fuels GIS specialist, both Technical Support Services Contractors to the USGS Earth Resources Observation and Science (EROS) Center.

From the vaults:

2016 Webinars - "16 in 2016" series videos.

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