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Scott Goodrick

Project Leader & Research Meteorologist
320 Green Street
Athens
Georgia
United States
30602-2044

Phone: 706-559-4237
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Research Highlights

HighlightTitleYear


SRS-2014-133
Climate Change and Associated Fire Potential for the Southeastern United States in the 21st century

This study examines how fire potential may change in the Southeast during the 21st century. While previous studies have focused on changes in ju ...

2014


SRS-2016-201
Repeated Application of Fuel Reduction Treatments in the Southern Appalachian Mountains: Implications for Achieving Management Goals

Fire managers in the southern Appalachian Mountains have many questions about the long-term use of prescribed fire and mechanical treatments. Co ...

2016


SRS-2018-65
Rethinking how we measure forest fuels for advancing wildland fire science and management

Land managers depend on quality fire research to advance their understanding of wildland fire behavior. Cutting-edge fire behavior models output ...

2018


PNW-2018-122
The Hot-Dry-Windy Index improves fire weather forecasting

A new tool helps fire managers anticipate when wildfires could become erratic or dangerous.

2018


SRS-2012-17
Wildfire in the United States: Future Trends and Potential

Climate models project warming and increased droughts this century in the continental United States, so wildfire is likely to increase according ...

2012


Last updated on : 11/12/2019