Note on percent of land burnt in historical fires by soil moisture, vegetation type, height class and density class.
Publications & Multimedia
Brief note on long-term lodgepole pine silviculture trials and potential increases in productivity resulting from commercial thinning (CT).
Note on how fuel-type is likely a contributing factor to fire size, alone it cannot be used as a predictor.
Note examining the potential for increases in productivity of lodgepole pine resulting from pre-commercial thinning.
Note on distribution of island size-classes and mortality levels for varying sizes of disturbed patches, questions as to if and how this is relevant
Chisholm/Dogrib Fires Research Program QuickNote #6: Incorporating Breaching and Spotting Considerations into PROMETHEUS--The Canadian Wildland Fire Growth Model
Description of the Canadian wildland fire growth model and ways to incorporate information about breaching and spotting considerations.
Healthy Landscapes Program QuickNote #28: What do Events, Disturbed Patches, and Islands Have in Common?
Note on spatial complexity of events; distances to undisturbed forest in various sized fires and their relevance to biological functions.
Note on relative shape indices of difference sizes of disturbance events, disturbance patches and island remnants, and potential explanations.
Note on what is known about natural disturbance patterns in stands; what species and size of trees survive, CWD recruitment after fire.
Chisholm/Dogrib Fires Research Program QuickNote #5: Chisholm Fire Site Productivity--Below the Surface of Fire and Harvesting Effects
Discussion of studies to determine relationships between soil surface properties and biota following disturbance.
Note on the importance of considering the influence of disturbances on the overall landscape pattern rather than just the disturbed area itself.
Social Science Program QuickNote #4: Monitoring Community Sustainability in the Foothills Model Forest--A 2001 Census Update
Note summarizing assessment, based on census, of FMF population and migration, employment, income distribution, poverty, human capital, real estate.