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Photo of Figure 1. Anomalous numbers of warm- and cold-season extreme precipitation events with different durations typically occurring during El Nino episodes. The dotted areas indicate statistically significant anomalies.
Figure 2.  Same as Figure 1 except for El Nino Modoki episodes. Xindi Bian, USDA Forest Service
ID: 1223
El Niño and El Niño Modoki impacts on extreme precipitation in the U.S.

Many areas of the U.S. are vulnerable to socioeconomic disruptions caused by extreme precipitation and resulting floods, and there has been an i ...

Principal Investigator : Xindi (Randy) Bian

Wildlife and Fish
Water, Air, and Soil
Photo of Instrumented towers set up within and in the vicinity of prescribed fires in the New Jersey Pine Barrens provide critical meteorological and air quality data for validating smoke prediction tools.  Nicholas Skowronski, Forest Service
ID: 320
Fireflux Experiments Improve Safety of Prescribed Burns in the New Jersey Pine Barrens

Predicting the effects of smoke from low-intensity prescribed fires on local air-quality is being made easier by new tools developed by Forest S ...

Principal Investigator : Xindi (Randy) Bian

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Water, Air, and Soil
Photo of Example of prescribed fire adjacent to a forest gap in the New Jersey Pine Barrens. Warren E. Heilman, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1053
The Influence of Forest Gaps on Fire-Atmosphere Interactions

Model simulations have been used to examine how gaps in forest stands can affect the response of the atmosphere to low-intensity wildland fires ...

Principal Investigator : Xindi (Randy) Bian

Wildland Fire and Fuels2016NRS
Photo of Favorable fire behavior in mixed conifer and brush during a burn operation near Jerseydale;
Ferguson Fire, Sierra NF, CA, 2018.
ID: 1432
Understanding Wind Gusts During Fire can Help Fire and Smoke Managers

Wind fields in the vicinity of wildland fires can be highly variable or turbulent, exhibiting significant gusts that can lead to erratic fire be ...

Principal Investigator : Xindi (Randy) Bian

Inventory and Monitoring
Wildland Fire and Fuels