DATA-DRIVEN WILDLAND FIRE RESEARCH SEMINAR SERIES

Spring 2020-21

Mondays at 12:30pm – Seminars are held via Zoom

April 5: “Simultaneous management of fire risk, carbon storage, and human and ecosystem co-benefits”
Prof. Chris Field
Director, Woods Institute on the Environment
 
April 12: “Zombie Forests: Fire Risk of the Standing Dead in the Sierra Nevada”
Avery Hill
PhD Candidate, Dept. of Biology
 
April 19: “Data-driven vegetation moisture as a tool for mapping wildfire risk in the western US”
Krishna Rao
PhD Candidate, Dept. of Earth Systems Science
 
April 26: “Health Impacts of Smoke Exposure: What do we know?”
Dr. Mary Prunicki
Sr. Research Scientist, Sean Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research
 
May 3: “The Clean Air Act and wildfire smoke: What are the options?”
Dr. Michael Wara
Director, Climate and Energy Policy Program
 
May 10: “Better measures of outdoor and indoor exposure to wildfire smoke”
Prof. Marshall Burke
Deputy Director, Center on Food Security and the Environment
 
May 17 “California Wildfire Legislature”
Rebecca Miller
PhD Candidate, Emmettt Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources
 
May 24 “Using public records to study wildfires”
Dr. Iris Hui
Senior Researcher, Bill Lane Center for the American West
 

For seminar information, please contact Derek Fong at dfong@stanford.edu

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