We are pleased to announce the launch of a new project called Landscapes in Motion, a multi-disciplinary, landscape-scale undertaking to understand how fire has shaped the landscape in the southern Rockies of Alberta.
Natural Disturbance Processes
Healthy Landscapes Program Lead David Andison was interviewed on CKUA's Innovation Anthology.
Annual report from fRI Research's Healthy Landscapes Program providing an update on current and recently completed projects.
Invitation to the public dialogue sessions being hosted by the Healthy Landscapes Program
A peer-reviewed publication from the fRI Research Healthy Landscapes Program.
Peer-reviewed publication from the fRI Research Healthy Landscapes program
There are many different NRV strategies. This report takes a thoughtful look at what each of us means by the term.
The program contains information about the agenda, speakers, presentation and poster abstracts, and project updates.
About In this study, we design and test the ability of what we call a Healthy Landscape planning approach to create more sustainable future landscape on an industrially modified 330,000-hectare area in northeastern Alberta.
The objective of this study is to quantify the historical wildfire activity levels at multiple time and space scales using a grid-based system across a western boreal landscape.
Annual report summarizing some of the activities of fRI Research programs for the 2014–15 fiscal year.
fRI Value Report 2014-15: Achievements Supporting Alberta