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Research Projects

Our research mandate is quite broad: define historical disturbance patterns and the associated landscape conditions, and understand better how we might integrate that new knowledge via management activities.

What we have found so far has been ground-breaking. For more than a decade, we have created and shared new knowledge with managers, regulators, and other researchers.

Active Research Projects

LandWeb simulation modelling

Historical wildfire burn patterns at sub-landscape scales

Creating wildfire mortality maps and metrics from Landsat imagery

Determinants of wildfire remnant survival

Comparing cultural to natural disturbance patterns

Historical fire regimes, water, and climate in the foothills

Mixed-severity fire regimes in the southern foothills of Alberta

Completed Research Projects

Natural wildfire patterns

Disturbance in riparian zones

Understanding Large Woody Debris and Development of a Decision Support Tool

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