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18-1-01 Graduate Research Innovation (GRIN) More Information Actions
The Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP) invites current master and doctoral students enrolled at colleges or universities within the US in the field of wildland fire and related physical, biological, and social sciences to apply for a Graduate Research Innovation (GRIN) award. The purpose of a GRIN award is to enhance student exposure to the management and policy relevance of their research to achieve beneficial outcomes of funded work. Specific objectives related to management are to enhance student exposure to and interaction with fire and fuels managers, develop appreciation and understanding of fire and fuels managers information and research needs, and augment already planned and funded master or doctoral research to develop information and/or products useful to managers. The JFSP also is interested in understanding the science needs of decision-makers, which provides an opportunity for students to enhance their understanding of how science can be used to inform fire-related policy. As a result, these awards are intended to enable graduate students to conduct research that will supplement and enhance the quality, scope, or applicability of their thesis or dissertation to develop information and products useful to managers and decision-makers. Proposals must demonstrate relevance to fire, fuels, or resource management and include means to directly communicate with managers, when applicable, regarding project outcomes. Proposals must be directly related to the mission and goals of JFSP to be considered. Applicants are encouraged to search the JFSP website (www.firescience.gov) to learn more about the scope of JFSP activities. In addition, proposals must directly address management- or policy-related questions related to one or more of the following topic areas: * Fuels management and fire behavior * Emissions and air quality * Fire effects and post-fire recovery * Relative impacts of prescribed fire versus wildfire * Human dimensions of fire Proposals on topics not listed above will not be reviewed.

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98-1-1 More Information Actions
Inventory and assess information currently available for fuels inventory and mapping including existing methodologies. Closed on Jul 07, 1998

98-1-10 More Information Actions
Evaluate and compare fuels treatment practices and techniques. Develop and coordinate fuels treatment schedules. Establish procedures for monitoring, evaluating, and reporting fuels treatments. Closed on Jul 06, 1998

98-1-3 More Information Actions
Assess remote sensing needs and capabilities. Closed on Jul 07, 1998

98-1-4 More Information Actions
Assess values at risk in the United States from wildfire. Closed on Jul 07, 1998

98-1-5 More Information Actions
Synthesize available information on historic fire regimes and identify knowledge gaps. Closed on Jul 07, 1998

98-1-6 More Information Actions
Synthesis of available information on the current wildland fuels situation and response of different ecosystems to various fuel treatments. Closed on Jul 15, 1998

98-1-7 More Information Actions
Design a standard protocol that can be used across regions, agencies, and fuel types to evaluate fuels treatments. Closed on Jul 07, 1998

98-1-8 More Information Actions
Develop a tradeoff analysis method for managers to compare and contrast the effects, with a focus on emissions production, of prescribed fire vs. wildfire. Closed on Jul 07, 1998

98-1-9 More Information Actions
Modeling smoke from wildland fires. Closed on Jul 07, 1998

98-S More Information Actions
Special Projects for 1998 Closed on Jul 07, 1998