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Student Firefighters Won’t Get Burned by the University of Idaho
Posted: Monday, August 10 2009
Aug. 10, 2009 MOSCOW, Idaho – Student firefighters are feeling the heat as fire season continues. Though classes begin at the University of Idaho on Monday, Aug. 24, some firefighters will continue to battle forest and wildland fires across the state and the West, even after school starts. Continuing with tradition, University of Idaho students have options when the fire season bumps up agains...
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New Fire Program at McCall Field Campus Sparks Collaboration with Ponderosa State Park
Posted: Friday, May 7 2010
Written by Sue McMurray MCCALL, Idaho – A $455,000 grant soon will ignite a new, collaborative fire mitigation outreach program between the University of Idaho's McCall Field Campus and Ponderosa State Park. The university's College of Natural Resources was awarded the grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, passed through the Bureau of Homeland Security to the University Idaho last ...
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Preventing Home Damage from Wildfire
Posted: Thursday, June 24 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – It may be wet and cool now, but summer will bring hot and dry conditions throughout the state. With above normal amounts of precipitation this spring, the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise is forecasting a slow start to the 2010 Idaho fire season. But with little to no snowpack in the high elevations, July, August and September are predicted to have an above normal potent...
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How to Treat Landscape to Prevent Wildfire
Posted: Friday, June 25 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Landowners in Idaho should do more than rely on a wet, cool spring and early summer to stave off wildfire. According to Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho associate extension forester, they should take steps now to prepare landscapes surrounding homes and other structures. Despite the above normal amounts of precipitation this spring, the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise...
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Safe Evacuation Procedures During Wildfire
Posted: Monday, June 28 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – During wildfire, do not wait to be told to evacuate. Doing so could cost your life. "Sixty percent of lives lost to wildland fire are of those that chose to stay and wait and see, and then evacuated too late," said Yvonne Barkley, University of Idaho associate extension forester. Barkley's advice comes as the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise is forecasting an above norma...
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University of Idaho Student Firefighters Granted Delayed Return to Classes
Posted: Thursday, August 5 2010
MOSCOW, Idaho – Student firefighters are among those who have spent the summer battling forest and wildland fires across the West. Fire season will continue into the early fall, past the start of the University of Idaho's academic year on Monday, Aug. 23. As has been the case for many years, University of Idaho students have options when the fire season bumps up against the start of fall semester...
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Montana, Colorado and Idaho Universities Partner on Study of Fire and Climate Change
Posted: Wednesday, September 1 2010
BOZEMAN, Mont. – Faculty at Montana State University, the University of Colorado, the University of Idaho and collaborators at the USDA Forest Service received a $3.85 million grant to study fire and climate change in sensitive forests in the U.S., Australia, and New Zealand. The National Science Foundation is funding the project, which starts today, through their Partnerships in International Re...
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Natural Resources | Fire Ecology & Management | News Release | Graduate | Philip Higuera | Idaho at Glance | Fire Ecology & Management | Register Features
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University of Idaho Research Assesses Ecological and Social Impact of Extreme Wildfire in Northern Rockies
Posted: Tuesday, July 19 2011
MOSCOW, Idaho – University of Idaho and Washington State University researchers recently received $ 1.2 million from NASA to support a study of ecological and social impacts of extreme wildland fires in the U.S. Northern Rockies region. The Northern Rockies region is commonly affected by large-scale wildfires that impact people’s lives and property. However, several unknowns exist of how plants a...
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Natural Resources | Alistair Smith | Peter Goodwin | Jeffrey Hicke | Eva Strand | Troy Hall | Fire Ecology & Management | Research | News Release | Idaho at Glance | Register Features | Kurt Pregitzer | Fire Ecology & Management
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Special Seminar Sponsored by Dept of Fish & Wildlife Sciences, April 5, 2012, 1:30 PM TLC Rm 32
Posted: Wednesday, March 28 2012
Steve L. McMullin, Dept of Fisheries & Wildlife Sciences, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg,VA, and Director, College of Natural Resources and Environment Leadership Institute is the 2012 Celebrating Natural Resources Award Recipient. He will speak on "Thinking Beyond the Boundaries of Your Job: Life Lessons in Integrated Natural Resources Management"
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Thesis Defense: Benjamin Wissinger
Posted: Tuesday, April 3 2012
Thesis Defense Effects of Atmospheric Nitrogen Deposition on Messor pergandei in Southern California by Benjamin Wissinger M.S. Candidate Department of Forest Ecology and Biogeosciences Thursday, April 5, 2012 CNR 200 2:00 p.m. Major Professor: Dr. Beth Newingham
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Natural Resources | Forest Products | Fire Ecology & Management | Fishery Resources | Forest Products | Fire Ecology & Management | Fire Ecology & Management | Forest Products Degree Option | Fire Program Site Auto-Generate | Fire Ecology & Management
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