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Project ID: 01-1-6-05

Year: 2001

Date Started: 09/28/2001

Date Completed: 12/19/2005

Title: Climatic Controls of Fire in the Western United States: From Atmospheres to Ecosystems

Project Proposal Abstract: The relationship between climate (i.e. monthly to multi-annual variations of atmospheric circulation) and fire is not well understood. A better understanding of this relationship is needed to provide a context for fully informed forecasts of fire weather. Research efforts will focus on decomposing the factors that influence surface-climate conditions prior to and during the fire season in the western United States through examination of climate records and historical fire records.

Principal Investigator: Steven W. Hostetler

Agency/Organization: USGS-Geological Survey

Branch or Dept: Water Resources Division-Corvallis


Other Project Collaborators

Type

Name

Agency/Organization

Branch or Dept

Co-Principal Investigator

P. J. Bartlein

University of Oregon

Department of Geography

Co-Principal Investigator

A. M. Solomon

EPA-Environmental Protection Agency

Western Ecology Division

Collaborator/Contributor

Sue A. Ferguson

Forest Service

PNW-Seattle-Managing Natural Disturbances

Federal Cooperator

Steven W. Hostetler

USGS-Geological Survey

Water Resources Division-Corvallis


Project Locations

Consortium

California

Great Basin

Great Plains

Northern Rockies

Northwest

South

Southern Rockies

Southwest


There are no project locations identified for this project.

Project Deliverables

Final Report view or print

("Results presented in JFSP Final Reports may not have been peer-reviewed and should be interpreted as tentative until published in a peer-reviewed source.")

  ID Type Title
    2368 Journal Article Publications in peer-reviewed journals.
    353 Dataset (including spatial)  
    355 Dataset (including spatial)  

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