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Photo of Brighton Development in Barnegat Township, 2007 Warren Grove Wildfire. Gregory S. McLaughlin, New Jersey Forest Fire Service
ID: 874
Assessing Fire Risk at the Wildland-urban Interface Using LiDAR

Assessing wildland fire risk in the wildland–urban interface is difficult because each home and parcel has unique characteristics. Forest Serv ...

Principal Investigator : Nicholas Skowronski

Wildland Fire and Fuels2015NRS
Photo of A prescribed fire conducted in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey.  NRS-06 researchers are measuring the recovery of carbon and water cycling following fire and insect defoliation in forests in the Pine Barrens. Forest Service
ID: 212
Carbon and Water Cycle Recovery Patterns After Disturbance in Forest Ecosystems

The recovery of carbon and hydrologic cycling following two major disturbances in pine and oak-dominated stands in the New Jersey Pine Barrens-- ...

Principal Investigator : Nicholas Skowronski

Wildland Fire and Fuels2010NRS
Photo of A diverse mix of managers and scientists join in the field to discuss and discover creative solutions for oak regeneration using prescribed fire. Erin Lane, U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service.
ID: 1078
Fire in Oak: Bringing Together Managers and Scientists for Solutions in the Northeast

The North Atlantic Fire Science Exchange brings together diverse partners to learn and work together to address the issue of regenerating oak us ...

Principal Investigator : Nicholas Skowronski

Wildland Fire and Fuels2016NRS
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 : Nicholas Skowronski

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Water, Air, and Soil
2011NRS
Photo of Light detection and ranging (LIDAR) data showing the cover of understory vegetation a 1 to 2 meter height before and after prescribed fire in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. <b>Green</b> indicates < 10 % cover, and <b>red</b> indicates > 40% cover.  The area covered by the figures is 9 km<sup>2</sup>.   Forest Service
ID: 211
Hazardous Fuel Assessments Using LIDAR and Field Measurements

Lasers, in what is termed Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) systems, are being used by NRS researchers Nicholas Skowronski and Kenneth Clark t ...

Principal Investigator : Nicholas Skowronski

Wildland Fire and Fuels2010NRS
Photo of High resolution maps of burn severity, such as this one of Pennsylvania State Forest, New Jersey, are derived from data indicating the proportions of live and damaged foliage and char within the forest.  Low severity areas, as in the left portion of the photo, retain green foliage and have minimal charring, whereas areas of high severity have high levels of char.
ID: 1263
New high resolution infrared data aids in the monitoring of fine scale wildland fire effects

Wildfires and prescribed fires in the northeastern U.S. are often too small to evaluate using satellite data in the public domain and are too la ...

Principal Investigator : Nicholas Skowronski

Wildland Fire and Fuels
Inventory and Monitoring
2017NRS