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Curious about LANDFIRE?


G
rab that third cup of coffee and join a LANDFIRE team member (or two) for an informal, back and forth open office hours chat. This series is managed by TNC's LANDFIRE Team and will include participation from a variety of federal and non-federal partners and guests.


These 1-hr (informal) office hour chats will help you: 


1. Learn how to best use LANDFIRE data within the context of your work (get some free help!) 

2. Troubleshoot common LANDFIRE questions (have a question, bring it) 

3. Get familiar with the best (and worst) uses of LANDFIRE data (see LANDFIRE data in action)


What can you expect? 


1. A LANDFIRE team member will host a short demo or LANDFIRE-themed presentation (addressing the topic outlined in the schedule below). 

2. At least 40 minutes to dig into your questions (bring your LANDFIRE-related problems, ArcMap projects (they need not be complete), R code (in progress is okay) and we will troubleshoot, brainstorm and investigate them together. 


When: 

LAST Thursday of each month
Time: 1 - 2 pm (ET) | REGISTER - 
this link will not change from month to month 

Schedule:

How: 

Do you have a question about LANDFIRE right now? Please submit questions or topics you would like discussed to Megan Dettenmaier (meg.dettenmaier@tnc.org) and she will make sure they are addressed. If your schedule works better for a particular month on the last Thursday, please let Megan know so she can schedule it when you attend. 


Recent webinars:

September 2021: Putting LANDFIRE Data (and Models) to Work in the Scientific Community

June 2021: 2019L (Limited Update) Virtual Rollout & Informal Office Hours (combined)

June 2021: State-and-Transition-Modeling in Real-life. Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3

December 2020: Where and When are High Severity Fires More Likely to Occur? Greg Dillon, USFSPresentation PDF

October 2020: LANDFIRE Remap in the Northeastern U.S. | Presentation PDF

October 2020: Wildfire Risk to Communities: New Features & Data

June 2020: Leveraging Ecological Data in Support of the Shared Conservation Agenda (for internal TNC colleagues)

June 2020: LANDFIRE Remap in the Southeastern U.S., hosted by Southern Fire Exchange (PDF of the presentation)

May 2020: LF Remap in the North Central U.S., Sponsored by Lake States Fire Science Consortium, Great Plains Fire Science Exchange, and Tallgrass Prairie & Oak Savanna Fire Science Consortium