MyRadar weather and information app has added a wildfires layer, allowing fire managers and community members to better prepare for storm-based changes in fire behavior. This new overlay highlights documented wildfires across the United States and includes specific details on each fire including their intensity. The data is curated from key US sources, including the […]
Issue 27.3, August 2018 Wildfire Magazine
Look for the new purple cover for 2018
TODAY, IN OUR WILDFIRE COMMUNITIES, we may well claim, with some due pride, that we possess some quality of commitment when it comes to the diversity, science, safety and health that are key to our evolving vitality. Since it seems clear that without inclusiveness and safety in our fire community, how will we of help […]
July 7, 2018, the founder and long-standing former head of the Department of Physical and Computational Mechanics of Tomsk State University, Honored Scientist of the Russian Federation, Member of the National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, Honored Professor of Tomsk State University, Professor, Anatoly Grishin, passed away on the 80th year of his life. […]
By John A. Hall, Paul F. Steblein and Colin C. Hardy In his October 26, 2017 commentary in these pages, Dr. Tom Zimmerman highlights a number of ongoing and future challenges faced by wildland fire management. To address these challenges he also identifies an important role for science and in particular management-relevant wildland fire research. […]
Peer-Review: Fire in Ponderosa
Thoughts about a meeting of our Washington DC wildland fire leaders — 17 April 2018
The tools we carry now include listening.
Think of mentoring both as a powerful form of leadership and as a serious responsibility to another person.
An initiative “to create a fire community where all members feel safe and welcomed and valued.”