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

Online Registration

Pre-Conference Workshop Schedule

Workshop space is very limited, please sign up early!

MONDAY MORNING, October 25th, 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

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Workshop 1
Suite of Fuel Management Tools: Fuel Characteristics Classification System, National Fuels Photo Series, Digital Photo Series and Consume 3.0
Roger Ottmar and Susan Prichard, Pacific Wildland Fire Science Lab, Seattle, WA

Workshop 2
Landfire Total Fuel Change "ToFuΔ" a Practical Tool for Fire and Fuel ManagersToFuΔ
Tobin Smail, FWS Fire Management, Lead Programmer, Planned Fire Fuels Team

Workshop 3
Interagency Fuels Treatment Decision Support System (IFT-DSS)
Stacy Drury, Sonoma Technology, Inc. Petaluma, CA

Workshop 4
Arc Fuels
Alan Ager and Nicole Vaillant, Western Wildlands Environmental Threat Assessment Center (WWETAC) Prineville, Oregon

Workshop 5
Incident Applications of Google Earth
William Phillips, Missoula Smokejumpers, Missoula, MT

Workshop 6
Wildland Fire Assessment Tool (WFAT)
Dale A. Hamilton and Jeffrey L. Jones, Systems for Environmental Management, Missoula, MT

MONDAY AFTERNOON, October 25th, 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Workshop 7
Smoke and Air Quality Management Tools Training
Sim Larkin, Tara Strand, Miriam Rorig, Candace Krull, Robert Solomon and Brian Potter, Pacific Wildland Fire Science Lab, Seattle, WA

Workshop 8
Wind Ninja
Jason Forthofer, Bret Butler, Kyle Shannon, Missoula Fire Sciences Lab, Missoula, MT

Workshop 9
Fire Regime Condition Class: Concepts, Methods, and Applications
Stephen W. Barrett and Doug Havlina, National Interagency Fuels Technology Team, Kalispell, MT

Workshop 10 - SOLD OUT
"Rabbit Rules" – How to model fire spread by modeling fire
Gary Achtemeier, Forest Service, Athens, GA

Workshop 11
Potential Rate of Spread (PROS) Risk Assessment Process
Tom Leuschen, FireVision, Twisp, WA. 509-997-5052

Workshop 12
Using the Fireline Assessment Method (FLAME), A Process for Integrating Fireline Observations with Anticipated Changes in the Fire Environment to Assess Expected Fire Behavior.
Jim Bishop, FBAN and Robert Ziel FBAN/LTAN



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