March 2018 Newsletter

Partner Perspective with Creighton Litton, Hawaii Wildfire Summit, News & Upcoming Events

Partner Perspective: Creighton Litton, Professor at University of Hawaii, Manoa

In “Partner Perspectives” we get to know the diverse people, roles, and views of wildfire management in the Pacific. Creighton Litton kindly spent some time with us discussing his experiences as a…

Webinar: First Annual Review of Wildfire in Hawaii – 2017

A review of the major fire incidents in Hawaii for 2017. Webinar participants chime in with questions and additional information about the fires. KEY WORDS: Fire Behavior & Weather, Fire Communication &…

Partner Perspective: Pablo A. Beimler, Community Outreach Coordinator at Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization

In “Partner Perspectives” we get to know the diverse people, roles, and views of wildfire management in the Pacific. Name: Pablo Akira Beimler Role: Community Outreach Coordinator Organization: Hawaii Wildfire Management Organization…

Webinar: Land Cover Maps for Fire & Land Management

Matt Lucas presents on land cover Geographic Information Systems products for Hawai‘i and other Pacific Islands. He is a Master of Science graduate of the Natural Resource and Environmental Management Dept at…

Webinar: Fire Weather on Pacific Islands

Derek Wroe, Lead Forecaster for the National Weather Service Honolulu Office, presents on the climate- and weather-driven factors of wildfire in Hawaii (54 MINS) WATCH THE WEBINAR

September 2017 Newsletter

Fire Weather, Addressing the Grass-Fire Cycle, Student Opportunity, and Partner Perspectives

Some Quiet Time With A Wildfire

This guest post was written by Michelle Galimba, a rancher in Ka’u on the Big Island, and describes the fire which started on Sept. 21st in her family’s pasture lands. It originally…

Research Brief: Restoration Impacts on Fuels & Fire Potential

A look at how fuels and fire management can be complementary with ecological restoration goals. DOWNLOAD PDF

Restoration Impacts on Fuels & Fire Potential

A research brief summarizing the results of an experiment to determine how ecological restoration with native Hawaiian species in Waianae Kai Forest Reserve on O`ahu can modify potential fire behavior.

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