August 2021 | Member Voices
Member voices (Q3 2021) By IAWF Executive Director
Outthinking Wildfire Cover story feedback and 16th Wildland Fire Safety Summit | 6th Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire Conference meets the mark
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August 2021 | IAWF News
IAWF NEWS (Q32021) By IAWF Executive Director
Board nominations open Aug. 1 The nomination period for new members of the International Association of Wildland Fire (IAWF) board of directors…
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August 2021 | Policy
Sixth-generation fires: Public-policy change toward prevention required to address large-scale events By IAWF Executive Director
Felipe Gonzalez, former president of Spain, delivered a keynote address during the 16th Wildland Fire Safety Summit | 6th Human Dimensions of…
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August 2021 | Training
The best training possible: But not the best training  By Kelsy Gibos
COVID-19 has changed so many components of our day-to-day wildfire operations; not one discipline has been left untouched.
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August 2021 |
Fire-generated storms; Technology improves warning systems By Bethany Patch
Fire-generated thunderstorms, sometimes called pyrocumulonimbus clouds or pyroCbs, are ferocious weather systems that can exacerbate the damage already caused by the bushfires that create them. While pyroCbs are…
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August 2021 |
Embracing PODs: Advancing wildfire response planning  By A. Neukirch, D. Calkin, C. O'Connor, M. Thompson, C. Dunn, M. Caggiano
PODs, potential wildfire operational delineations, give land managers, fire managers, partnering agencies, and at-risk communities a structured framework for developing landscape-scale wildfire…
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