International Association of Wildland Fire

3rd Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference
Beyond Fire Behavior and Fuels:
Learning from the Past to Help Guide Us in the Future

October 25-29, 2010  ~  Red Lion Hotel at the Park

Spokane, Washington USA

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Exhibitor List

Association for Fire Ecology

The Association for Fire Ecology began with a small group of researchers and managers from several universities and agencies who initially formed the California Association for Fire Ecology (CAFE). In 2000 they expanded into the nonprofit Association for Fire Ecology (AFE) whose mission is to improve the knowledge and use of fire in land management through science and education. AFE continues to grow as an organization of professionals working on a broad array of fire research, management, and policy issues, and welcomes new members to join and get involved.

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Axmen Fire Fighting Equipment

We stock fire fighting equipment! From pumps and nozzles, to turnouts and Nomex wildland clothing. We regularly provide equipment for federal and state agencies, private wildland contractors, ranchers, and homeowners nationwide. Our job is to make sure you get your equipment in a timely manner, at an affordable price. Our number one goal is our customers' satisfaction. We have a knowledgeable staff awaiting your calls, online orders, and emails. Whether you need parts for your 1974 fire truck, 40 packs for your wildland crew, or a new pump we will do our best to make sure your purchase is a positive experience.

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Geography connects our many cultures and societies and influences our way of life. ESRI is built on the philosophy that a geographic approach to problem solving ensures better communication and collaboration.  Geographic information system (GIS) technology leverages this geographic insight to address social, economic, business, and environmental concerns at local, regional, national, and global scales.

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Fire Research And Management Exchange System (FRAMES)

The goal of FRAMES is to provide a systematic method of exchanging information and transferring technology between wildland fire researchers, managers, and other stakeholders in order to make wildland fire documents, data, tools, and other information resources easy to find, access, distribute, compare, and use.

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Easy-to-use FoamPro brand proportioning and refill systems are preferred by firefighters worldwide. At the push of a button, the "on demand" technology delivers foam solution automatically, with unmatched accuracy.  With models delivering from 0.01 gpm to 300 gpm of concentrate, FoamPro offers the broadest performance range in the industry! Numerous models and options are specifically designed to meet unique fire apparatus Class A and/or Class B foam requirements for municipal, wildland, marine, industrial, ARFF, and CAFS applications.

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FTS is a leading manufacturer of remote environmental monitoring systems, instrumentation and communications technology. We focus on fire weather, hydrology and specialized meteorology applications. Our equipment forms the backbone of some of the world's most sophisticated and demanding environmental monitoring networks. For over 30 years, FTS weather and water monitoring stations have proven themselves under the most demanding conditions...from the most remote northern regions of arctic Canada to the sun-beaten, wind-blown salt and sand of the Mexican coast. FTS technology is engineered to be rugged and is unparalleled in ease-of-use.

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IMS Alliance Incident Command Systems

Our mission is to provide tools that improve on-scene organization, maintain safety and accountability, and simplify overall scene operations to assist the Incident Commander in managing small or large-scale incidents and/or training evolutions.

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Intermountain Environmental, Inc.

Intermountain Environmental, Inc. (IEI) offers a complete line of data acquisition systems, wireless telemetry options, sensors and services for fire weather monitoring and forest ecology applications. We provide custom systems as well as off the shelf solutions. A few of the companies that we distribute products for include, Campbell Scientific, Onset Computer, In-Situ, and Hydrolab. We will be showing the new Quick Deploy RAWS Weather Station, Duff Moisture Meter, along with other monitoring instrumentation.

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The Mallory Company

The Mallory company has been the preferred suppler for wildland firefighting gear and equipment for over 30 years with specialty focus on custom type 6 apparatus, PPE equipment, and several products on our GSA contract. Call us today for all your equipment needs!

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National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG)

The National Wildfire Coordinating Group (NWCG) is made up of the USDA Forest Service; four Department of the Interior agencies: Bureau of Land Management (BLM), National Park Service (NPS), Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA), and the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS);and State forestry agencies through the National Association of State Foresters. The purpose of NWCG is to coordinate programs of the participating wildfire management agencies so as to avoid wasteful duplication and to provide a means of constructively working together. Its goal is to provide more effective execution of each agency’s fire management program. The group provides a formalized system to agree upon standards of training, equipment, qualifications, and other operational functions.

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Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory

Our mission is to generate and communicate scientific knowledge that helps people understand and make informed choices about people, natural resources, and the environment. The Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Lab is one of ten research labs located in Washington, Oregon and Alaska that make up the Pacific Northwest (PNW) Research Station. The PNW Research Station is part of the Research Branch of the US Forest Service and is one of eight Forest Service research facilities throughout the United States.

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Phos-Chek long-term fire retardants, Class A foams, and water enhancing gel are the world’s leading chemical solutions for managing wildland, industrial and municipal fires. In 1962, the Phos-Chek name was born and an era of innovation and partnership began. For several years before and for four decades since, we have worked side-by-side with fire management agencies in North America and across the world to provide safe and effective fire fighting chemicals to meet the needs and desires of fire management personnel.

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Predictive Services

Predictive Services was formed in 2000 and is a multi- land management agency funded group comprised of Intelligence Officers, Meteorologists and Fire Behavior Analysts. We provide leadership in decision support services through daily/monthly/seasonal fire weather and fire danger outlooks as well as a variety of wildland fire resource and intelligence reports. Our products integrate fire weather, fire danger and resource information for prioritization decisions and strategic resource allocation, all with the aim of maximizing public and firefighter safety, reducing resource losses, and lowering operational costs.

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Solid Terrain Models

Solid Terrain Models are communication tools combining the worlds of flat maps, satellite imagery and 3-dimensional physical terrain models. STM models extraordinarily rich color imaging applied to the dimensional surface make them as beautiful as they are informative. STM creates full-color physical 3D models of geographic terrain from digital data.

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Tecnosylva applies new technologies (GIS, remote sensing, simulation, design fires ...) for describing and understanding of knowledge with emphasis on fire behavior in such a way as to provide measures to ensure safe and effective management of the Great Wildfires.

The principal areas of work covered are working:

  • Analysis of Forest Fire Risk
  • Development Plan for the Prevention of Forest Fires
  • Reconstruction, analysis and simulation of Forest Fires

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Type One Incident Support, Inc.

Type One Incident Support Inc. was incorporated in February 2003 as a lead products distribution company for specialty firefighting equipment. We service wildland, structural and interface agencies and private companies with a range of equipment and products to support many types of incidents and missions.

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Wildland Fire Science Partnership (WFSP)

The Wildland Fire Science Partnership, formed in 2008, integrates the scientific expertise, technological capability, and on-the-ground experience from the Universities of Montana and Idaho and the U.S. Forest Service’s Rocky Mountain Research Station under a common mission. The WFSP utilizes each partner’s unique strengths in a combined effort to produce more effective and far-reaching research and to develop and deliver new tools and knowledge.

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3rd Fire Behavior and Fuels Conference  ~  October 25-29, 2010  ~  Red Lion Hotel at the Park  ~  Spokane, Washington USA