Wildland Fire Canada 2019

By Núria Prat

18 November 2019 to 21 November 2019
During the conference, we aim to map new paths for research and technology on wildland fire initiatives.  We welcome innovative ideas, creative submissions, and new research.
  • Collaborative strategies and shared learning:  focuses on local, regional and national collaborations in wildfire research, strategic planning, and fire management operations.  Case studies such as best practices or lessons learned from fire operations, planning and research are examples.
  • Implementing success:  is dedicated to the tools, policies, technologies and methods for achieving fire management objectives.
  • Fire processes and complexity: concentrates on describing predicting and prescribing fire processes and interactions.
  • Living and working with fire: addresses the social, economic, occupational and human dimensions of fire.
Climate change and wildfire risk
Fire behaviour patterns and fire typologies
Fire impacts assessment (soil, biodiversity, water supply, carbon stocks and others)
Fuel management (biomass, SFM, mosaic landscape)
Prescribed burning