Workshops will be held all day on Monday, May 19, 2014, the day prior to start of the conference.

Workshop are half- or full-day (4 or 8 hour) training sessions for new and revised software, sampling techniques, and professional improvement.  The purpose of the workshops are to provide a forum for researchers and practitioners in wildland fire to discuss and exchange interests on a defined topic. We view these workshops as an opportunity for Technology Transfer; the process to ensure that scientific and technological developments are accessible to a wider range of users who can then further develop and exploit them.  Workshops will be run between the times of 8am and 5pm.  Check each individual workshop for exact hours.  There will be a no-host social at 6pm that night.

Click to see the full Listing of Workshops here, including presenters and times.

Workshop are open to all conference attendees.  Registration links for workshops and field trips are sent via email after completion of conference registration.  If you have misplaced this information and need the links, please contact Catia Juliana.

Click on the titles below to get more information about each workshop, pre-requisites and requirements for attending, and other pertinent information.

  1. Introduction to the BehavePlus Fire Modeling System
  2. Using the BehavePlus fire modeling system in Prescribed Fire Planning
  3. Practical Tools for Assessing Potential Crown Fire Behavior and Canopy Fuel Characteristics
  4. Climate Downscaling for Fire Management
  5. Overview and Demonstration of the FFI, Ecological Monitoring Application
  6. Advanced Fire Behavior Analysis, Through Lessons Learned
  7. Missoula Fire Sciences Lab: FireWorks, First Order Fire Effects Model and FuelCalc
  8. Journalism Skills for Scientists
  9. Introduction to the Creating Hybrid Structure from LANDFIRE/Lidar Combinations (CHISLIC) Tool
  10. LiDAR Data Processing for Fuel Applications
  11. RT-130 Annual Fire Line Safety Refresher for AFE Students (SAFE)
  12. Crafting Solutions for Managment of Large Wildland Fires and Prescribed Fire Across Tribal and Nontribal Jurisdiction.
  13. Defining Fuel Treatment Success: Workflows, Metrics and Evaluation
  14. Microscale wind simulations using WindNinja
  15. Introduction to the Interagency Fuels Treatment Decision Support System (IFTDSS)