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Photo of Frank Lake showing Ukonom Hotshots Crew the desired fire scars on stump sample; Jeff Crawford and Scott Mensing extracting lake sediment core for pollen and charcoal analysis. USDA Forest Service
ID: 822
Paleoclimate Fire History Study Reveals Human Affects to Fire Regime Differs Than Expected Climate on Western Klamath Vegetation.

Forest Service scientists examined low-elevation lakes to determine if American Indian and early American forest management could be detected us ...

Principal Investigator : Frank K. Lake

Wildland Fire and Fuels2015PSW
Photo of Klamath River TREX 2015 [Oct. 10, 2015]. Karuk and Yurok ignitors prescribe burning in the Wildland-Urban Interface (Lake property, near Orleans, CA) to reinstate traditional burning in a modern context for fuels reductions, acorn research, and tribal food gathering enhancement.
ID: 1383
Returning fire to the land: celebrating traditional knowledge and fire

What are the "must do" approaches for working with tribes for wildland fire research and management? Tribal members, managers, and researchersen ...

Principal Investigator : Frank K. Lake

Inventory and Monitoring
Wildland Fire and Fuels
Photo of Field sampling on the Yurok Reservation, encroached by trees and shrubs. Shaonna Chase (left) Yurok Tribe GIS specialist, Frank K. Lake (center) Forest Service research ecologist, and Eldon Kinney (right) Humboldt State University student researcher. Joe Hostler, Yurok Tribe Environmental Program.
ID: 971
Student Collaboration Links Tribal History with Cultural Resources, Fire Regimes, Forest Management, and Ecological Habitats

Open prairie grass and oak-dominated woodlands provide numerous cultural resources to the Yurok Tribe. Since the 1940s, more than 80 percent of ...

Principal Investigator : Frank K. Lake

Wildland Fire and Fuels2016PSW