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Project ID: 12-5-01-15

Year: 2012

Date Started: 10/01/2012

Ending Date:  09/30/2014

Title: Coupled Natural-Human Systems in Fire-Prone Ecosystems: An International Workshop

Project Proposal Abstract: The purpose of this international scientific conference will be to bring scientists and managers together working on coupled natural-human systems (CNHS) in fire-prone ecosystems to present theories and findings on current work, discuss challenges and emerging issues, and to produce a synthesis of presentations and discussions that reflects the state of the knowledge in this field. The target audience is scientists and managers working on or cooperating with CNHS research projects in fire-prone ecosystems. The conference will address key scientific issues in the study of adaptation and feedbacks of social and ecological systems in fire-prone landscapes under climate change. It will also focus on ways of integrating social and ecological systems in agent-based models for planning and decision-making. The conference will advance the scientific basis of human adaptation in disturbance prone systems and identify scenarios of landscape change in different socio-ecological systems. The conference is planned for spring 2013 in the center of a fire-prone ecosystem - Bend, Oregon. Co-sponsors for the event include the National Science Foundation parent project, the USFS PNW Research Station, and Oregon State University. A synthesis publication on lessons and research challenges for fire prone landscapes as CNHS will be produced, and we will work with the Northwest Fire Science Consortium to disseminate conference highlights.

Principal Investigator: Christine S. Olsen

Agency/Organization: Oregon State University

Branch or Dept: Department of Forest Ecosystems & Society


Other Project Collaborators

Type

Name

Agency/Organization

Branch or Dept

Agreements Contact

Patricia A. Hawk

Oregon State University

Office of Sponsored Programs

Budget Contact

Kim A. Calvery

Oregon State University

Office of Post Award Administration

Co-Principal Investigator

Thomas A. Spies

Forest Service

PNW-EPF-Ecological Process & Function-Corvallis

Collaborator/Contributor

Bruce A. Shindler

Oregon State University

Department of Forest Ecosystems & Society


Project Locations

Consortium

Alaska

Appalachian

California

Great Basin

Great Plains

Lake States

Oak Woodlands

Northern Rockies

Northwest

Pacific

South

Southern Rockies

Southwest

Tallgrass


Level

State

Agency

Unit

STATE

OR

MULTIPLE


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