Fire and Aquatic Ecosystems
Fire and Aquatic Resources
2002 Workshop Papers for Fire and Aquatic Ecosystem
USFS Fire Related Sites
Forest Service -- Fire Science Page
National Fire Plan Briefing Papers
RMRS Wildland Fire Research:
Publications and projects on fire effects, behavior, and chemistry, Wildland
Fire Assessment, FEIS
Fish and Aquatic Ecology Unit - Fire and Aquatic Systems
RMRS Online Fire
Publications: GTRs can be downloaded
A long term national study of the
consequences of fire and fire surrogate treatments. C. P. Weatherspoon. Pacific
Southwest Research Station.
Sheds Light on Interaction of Fire Regimes and Riparian Areas Carl Skinner, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station
The Wildland Fire Lessons Learned
The Fire Sciences Lab - Fire and Fish Dynamics in a changing climate
FERGI - Fire Enhanced Runoff and Gully Initiation Model
USGS Fire Related Sites
Western Ecological Research Center-USGS
USGS Fire Science
Ecological Effects of Fire Retardant Chemicals and Fire Suppressant Foams
USGS: Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center
Southern California Wildfire Hazard
Center: Weather, hazard, fuels, and terrain research including,
diagnostic wind model, fire spread simulation, fire weather indices, hazard
maps, vegetation maps, fuels maps, remote sensing, DEMs, roads data, soil data.
Fire Ecology Database: The E.V. Komarek Fire Ecology Database is comprised of bibliographic citations to a broad collection of fire ecology literature. All papers from the Proceedings of the Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conferences, 1-21, are in the database and include an abstract for each entry. The NWRC library has many of the conference proceedings and papers listed in the database.
Fire Effects Information System (FEIS):
FEIS summarizes and synthesizes research about the biology and ecology of living organisms in the United States and their relationship to fire. The database contains literature reviews of almost 900 plant species, about 100 animal species, and 16 Kuchler plant communities found on the North American continent. The emphasis of each review is fire and how it affects each species. Background information on taxonomy, distribution, basic biology, and ecology of each species is also included. Reviews are thoroughly documented, and each contains a complete bibliography.