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Landscapes in Motion

The Landscapes in Motion project is here to discover some of the stories behind the landscapes in the southern Rockies of Alberta.

Our team is working to discover where, when, and how wildfires have shaped our landscapes, including the roles of both humans and climate.

Related Programs:

  • Spring 2017

    Project Begins

    Progress update: Fire regime, spatial modelling, and repeat photography teams form the project

  • Summer 2017

    First Field Season

    Progress update: Teams begin gathering data in the eastslopes of southern Alberta

  • October 20, 2017

    Project Website Launches

    Progress update: The project ramps up outreach with LandscapesInMotion.ca

Presentations from the Landscapes in Motion Online Workshop: What We Learned

The team members presented their results in a webinar format.

Spatio-Temporal Dynamic Modelling of Mixed-Severity Fire Regimes in the SW Foothills of Alberta

Final report from the Landscapes in Motion team on the Healthy Landscapes Program

Fire Regime Dynamics of the Southwestern Alberta Foothills

Final report from the Landscapes in Motion team on the Healthy Landscapes Program

Advances in Visual Applications: Visualizing & Quantifying Landscape Change in SW Alberta Using Mountain Legacy Project Photography

Final report from the Repeat Photography Team on the Healthy Landscapes Program

Presentations from Webinar Wednesdays

Slides and links to video of the Healthy Landscapes Program webinar series.

David Andison

Program Lead

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