RMRS Air, Water, & Aquatic Environments Science Program Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems

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Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems Contributors

Terrestrial |  Riparian | Hydrology | Geomorphology | Aquatic Ecology | Fishes & Amphibians | Management Actions | Climate Change

Terrestrial vegetation and fire regimes

Section Lead: Penny Morgan, pmorgan [at] uidaho.edu, 208.885.7507

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Riparian systems

Section Lead: Kate Dwire, kadwire [at] fs.fed.us, 970.498.1016

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Hydrology

Section Lead: Charlie Luce, cluce [at] fs.fed.us, 208.373.4382

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Geomorphology

Section Lead: John Buffington, jbuffington [at] fs.fed.us, 208.373.4384

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Aquatic Ecology

Section Lead: Claire McGrath, ccmcgrath [at] fs.fed.us, 208.373.4380

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Fishes and Amphibians

Section Lead: Bruce Rieman, brieman [at] fs.fed.us

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Jason B. Dunham

U.S. Geological Survey
Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center
3200 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331
541-750-7397
jdunham@usgs.gov

Wildfire and life histories of salmon and trout: evolution in theory and practice

Robert Gresswell

USDA Northern Rocky Mountain Science Center
1648 S. 7th Ave. Forestry Sciences Lab
Bozeman, MT 59717
bgresswell@usgs.gov

Fire and Fish: A Synthesis of Observation and Experience

Influences of fragmentation on inland salmonids in fire- and disturbance-prone landscapes  –  recent empirical examples and management implications

 

Helen Neville
Trout Unlimited
910 W Main St., Suite 342
Boise, ID 83702; hneville@tu.org
208-345-9800 (voice); 208-345-6766 (fax)

Wildfire and life histories of salmon and trout: evolution in theory and practice

Influences of fragmentation on inland salmonids in fire- and disturbance-prone landscapes  –  recent empirical examples and management implications

Amanda E. Rosenberger

School of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks, AK 99775
907-474-7458
rosenberger@sfos.uaf.edu

Wildfire and life histories of salmon and trout: evolution in theory and practice

D.P. Peterson

Influences of fragmentation on inland salmonids in fire- and disturbance-prone landscapes  –  recent empirical examples and management implications

 

Bruce Rieman

USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station (retired)
P.O. Box 1541
Seeley Lake, MT  59868
brieman@fs.fed.us

Fire and Fish: A Synthesis of Observation and Experience

John Rinne

USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
2500 South Pine Knoll Drive
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
jrinne@fs.fed.us

Fire and Fish: A Synthesis of Observation and Experience

Michael K. Young

USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
800 East Beckwith Avenue
Missoula, MT

Aquatic species invasions in the context of fire and climate change


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Management Actions

Section Lead: Matt Dare, mdare [at] fs.fed.us, 208.373.4371

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Climate change

Section Lead: Dan Isaak, disaak [at] fs.fed.us, 208.373.4385

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