November 2020 | Fire Globe
North American Blueprint for Wildland Fire Science Collaboration By Diego Pérez Salicrup, Stacy Sankey, Matt Jolly, Jonathan Boucher, Eric Toman, Christy Arseneau, Michael Norton
We need a comprehensive strategy to improve collaboration and capacity for wildland fire science in North America. Every year, wildfires burn across…
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November 2020 | Fire Globe
Fire in the North: The 2020 Siberian Fire Season By Susan G. Conard and Evgenii Ponomarev
The year 2020 started out with record high temperatures across much of Siberia.
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November 2020 | IAWF News
IAWF Scholarship Recipients - Where are they now? By IAWF Executive Director
Each year the International Association of Wildland Fire (IAWF) awards two graduate-level scholarships typically valued at $3,000 USD to Master of Science…
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November 2020 | Mentoring
Passing the Torch to Tomorrow's Wildland Fire Professionals: Through Mentoring, Training and Pyrotourism By Johnny Stowe and Steve Miller
Culture and heritage are not just the past, but they are, as well, what we do today … and what we do…
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November 2020 | Fired Up
Fired Up: Medic on the Fire Line By DylanBruce
The “Fired Up” initiative features those who have made strides in advancing and contributing to wildfire/bushfire operations, mitigation/prevention, training and research
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November 2020 | Thoughts on Leadership
Thoughts on Leadership: Senior Leaders By Mike Degrosky
Senior leaders, those assigned to lead other leaders and managers while overseeing organizational functions, regions, units or the entire organization, exercise enormous…
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