Historical Wildfire Burn Patterns at Sub-Landscape Scales

Most, if not all wildfire pattern research focus on two scales: landscape and event. At intermediate, or meso-scales, we assume that disturbance event size adequately addresses NRV needs. This project tests that hypothesis, starting with a natural wildfire database from northern Saskatchewan.

Presentations from Webinar Wednesdays
Summaries and Communications | Presentation Slides
Slides and links to video of the Healthy Landscapes Program webinar series.
Grid-Based Natural Wildfire Patterns In Northeastern Saskatchewan
Scientific Publications | Reports
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. This will help land managers understand when and where natural wildfires brun in a more robust format that can be readily integrated into forest land managmeent.
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Dr. David Andison
Dr. David Andison
Program Lead