Series: National Park Service Alaska Region Fire Ecology Annual Report Calendar Year 2016

Fire Ecology Annual Report 2016 - References

By Jennifer L. Barnes and Jennifer L. Hrobak
Barnes, J.L. 2016. Alaska Fire Management & Monitoring: vast areas, large fires, and limited staff. (Presentation). RX-510 Class. Tucson, AZ. January 2016.

Barnes, J.L. 2016. Alaska climate change, burn severity and impacts. (Presentation). Briefing for Washington DC State Envoy on Climate Change. Fairbanks, AK. March 2016.

Barnes, J.L. 2016. Climate change impacts on fire return interval in Alaska’s Boreal Forests: risks and implications for managing fires and ecosystems. (Article). High Latitude Highlights. Fall 2016.

Barnes, J.L. 2016. Alaska fire and fire ecology in Lake Clark. (Presentation). LACL Seasonal Staff Training. Port Alsworth, AK. May 2016.

Barnes, J.L. 2016. Tundra fires in a Changing Climate. (Presentation and Video). Alaska Natural Resource & Outdoor Education Association. http://www.anroe.net/educator-and-student-resources/youtube-videos/

Barnes, J.L. 2016. Discovering Fire in Denali. (Presentation and Field Day). Denali Teacher Intensives. Denali Park, AK. June 2016.

Barnes, J.L. and Hrobak, J.L. 2016. Record Breaking Fire Season of 2015, what’s in store for 2016. (Article). NPS High Latitude Highlights. Spring 2016.

Barnes, J.L. and Hrobak, J.L. 2016. Staying Safe: Entrapment and fire behavior in Alaska. (Presentation). NPS Alaska Fire Refresher, Fairbanks, AK. April 2016.

Hrobak, J.L. 2016. CFFDRS Fire Weather Index: Anticipating extreme Fire Behavior. (Presentation and Materials). NPS Alaska Fire Refresher, Fairbanks, AK. April 2016

Hrobak, J.L. 2016. Fire Ecology in Alaska & 2005 Chapman Creek Fire. (Presentation and Field Day). North for Science program. Coldfoot, AK. June 2016.

Hrobak, J.L. 2016. Logistics in Alaska. (Presentation and Materials). Alaska Type 3 Team Simulation. May 2016.

Hrobak, J.L. 2016. New tools for fire management: maps, apps, and fire risk assessments. (Poster). Centennial Science and Stewardship Symposium. Fairbanks, AK. October 2016.

Hrobak, J.L. 2016. Viewing fires from space: using satellite imagery to improve historical records in the Arctic Network parks. (Presentation). Centennial Science and Stewardship Symposium. Fairbanks, AK. October 2016.

Hrobak, J.L and Barnes, J.L. 2016. Climate change and fire ecology in interior Alaska. (Presentation). Earth to Sky program. Fairbanks, AK. October 2016.

Hrobak, J.L. and Devcich, J. 2016. Fire Regimes, Fire Ecology and Fire Risk in Wrangell-St. Elias. (Presentation). WRST Seasonal Staff Training. Copper Center, AK. May 2016.

Hudspith, V., Belcher, C., Barnes, J.L. Dash, C., Kelly, R., and Hu, F.S. 2016. (in Review). Charcoal reflectance suggests heating duration and fuel moisture affected burn severity in four Alaskan tundra wildfires. International Journal of Wildland Fire.

Last updated: January 10, 2018