Presentation: Guam’s Wildfire Outlook (2022)

Christine Fejeran, Guam Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Soil Resources Division describes the wildfire threats to ecosystems and people on Guam, the on-going education challenges, and hopes for the future. (11 MINS)…

Presentation: Wildland Considerations–A Hawai‘i Island Firefighter’s Perspective

Eric Moller, Deputy Chief of Hawai‘i County Fire Department shares his perspective of the changing fire regimes in Hawai‘i, current challenges and how we can help (11 MINS) Tuesday, April 19, 2022…

Dynamics of Anthropogenic Wildfire on Babeldaob Island (Palau) as Revealed by Fire History

Read Article Here  Fire Ecology & Effects, Fire History, Western Pacific, Palau Dendy et al. compile the fire history mapping (2012 – 2021) for Babeldaob Island, Palau which reveals that while fire…

Webinar: When Climate Change and Invasive Species Intersect

Who: University of Hawaiʻi’s Kevin Faccenda and Kelsey Brock will present “Identifying Fire-Promoting Invasive Plants & Their Potential to Impact Hawai‘i’s Natural & Cultural Resources” which will explain the process of identifying…

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Weed Fire Risk Assessment Tool: a Hands-On Webinar for Land Managers & Owners

Who: University of Hawaiʻi’s Kevin Faccenda and Dr. Clay Trauernicht Wildland Fire Specialist (UH Cooperative Extension) presented a hands-on webinar for land managers and land owners on the topic above. (36 MINS)…

Webinar: A Landscape Perspective on Fire & Invasive Species in Hawaiʻi

Tuesday, February 8, 2022 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM Who: Dr. Clay Trauernicht Wildland Fire Specialist (University of Hawaiʻi Cooperative Extension) will present on the topic above. What: As part of Hawai‘i Invasive…

February 2022 Newsletter

PFX turns 10! February 15, 2022 Webinar (Weed Fire Risk Assessment Tool: A Hands-On Webinar for Land Managers & Land Owners) and more.

A Screening System to Predict Wildfire Risk of Invasive Plants (Biological Invasions, November 2021)

Download Paper Here Search Wildlife Risk Database Here Hawaii, Fire Ecology & Effects, invasive species, Tool Authors Kevin Faccenda and Curtis Daehler developed a screening system to identify introduced plant species that…

Changing Climate and Fire: a Crisis Brewing in the Pacific

As the climate crisis rages on, wildfires will become ever more frequent, more intense, and more wide-spreading in Hawai’i and across the Pacific. This fact sheet summarizes the latest climate research as…

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