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Presentations from Webinar Wednesdays

Webinar Wednesdays is a series hosted by the Healthy Landscapes Program beginning in 2018. More information on the series can be found here.

February, 2018: Why fire size is a bad coarse filter indicator

David Andison, Healthy Landscapes Program Lead

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March 7, 2018: How unique are fire patterns across the boreal forest?: A means to exploring variability using the Landsat data archive

Ignacio San Miguel, Dept. of Forest Resources Management, UBC

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April 4, 2018: Altered fire regimes and reduced montain forest diversity

Raphael Chavardes, Dept. of Forest and Conservation Sciences, UBC

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May 2, 2018: Do the birds and the bees like NRV?: A simulation experiment

Tim Vinge, Dept. Rewnewable Resources, U of A

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June 6, 2018: Can people change in a day? Measuring impacts from public dialogue on EBM in Alberta

John Parkins, Depart. of Resource Economics & Environmental Sociology, U of A

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September 2018: Why fire size is a bad coarse filter indicator [reprise]

David Andison, Healthy Landscapes Program Lead

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December 2018: How much old forest is too much?

David Andison, Healthy Landscapes Program Lead

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March 2019: Results from the "Creating a Roadmap for EBM in Alberta and Beyond" Workshop

Matthew Pyper, Fuse Consulting

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December 2019: How and why to incorporate partial stand mortality in landscape dynamic models of mixed-severity fire regimes

Cerres Barros, UBC department of Forest Resources Management

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March 2020: A Lens into Past Landscapes annd Fire Regimes

Eric Higgs and Mary Sanseverino, University of Victoria

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