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REN R340 - Wildland Fire Science and Management

Principles of forest fire science and management in Canadian forest ecosystems. Fire science fundamentals and their applications for addressing complex social, ecological and economic fire management challenges. Topics include fire as a natural disturbance process, mechanisms of fire ignition and spread, fire weather, fire behaviour, and fire occurrence prediction. Models, systems, analytical techniques and policies used to support fire management operations and decisions are explored in relation to contemporary fire management issues. Credit will only be given for one of REN R 340 or FOR 340.

Winter Term 2020

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Winter Term 2020 - LEC B1 (80216)

TR 09:30:00 - 10:50:00 (GSB 811)
Instructor: flanniga@ualberta.ca
Instructor: jbeverly@ualberta.ca

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