Welcome new board member – Amber Soja Amber Soja (board member since 2018) Associate Research Fellow, National Institute of Aerospace. Dr. Amber Soja is resident in the Climate Science, Chemistry and Dynamics Branches of Atmospheric Sciences at the NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC). She is currently an Associate Program Manager for the NASA Applied Sciences […]
Tell us about your career, what attracted you to it, and throughout your career was there a favorite position? My dad was an engineer and one time I asked him why he didn’t encourage me to be an engineer, and he said that I was the first person he ever met who knew in the […]
Fuel and topography influences on burnover fatalities, and more fire science in latest and most viewed articles.
Deadline – April 2, 2018
Her focus on social science and wildfire risk perception helps improve the management of wildfire risk. And IJWF thanks her for her advocacy for service to the journal.
Including the reflection on what our research lessons mean … “and how can we begin to make those lessons something that managers and policy makers can use broadly?”
A key event for those involved and interested in wildland fire management.
Brian Stocks, Wildfire Science Specialist, B.J. Stocks Wildfire Investigations Ltd., Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. Wildfire was able to speak with Brian Stocks during the last week of October and during the IAWF Awards Presentation Ceremony in Boise, ID. Brian graciously consented to allow us to present our interview with him in Wildfire. Wildfire: Brian, […]
Four award winners gathered in Boise, Idaho for an October celebration.
As 2017 comes to a close, we wish to thank our outgoing board member, welcome our new board member and announce transitions within the executive committee. We are pleased to announce that Tom Harbour will begin his term on the IAWF Board of Directors on January 1, 2018. Tom is a recognized expert in wildland […]