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  • Mountain Pine Beetle and Fire by Hugh Wallace

  • The Canadian Wildfire NSERC Strategic Network by Sandra Kinash

  • Biochar amendment positively effects the growth of ectomycorrhizal pinus Banksiana in microcosm by Michelle Mausolf

  • The Miramichi Fire: A History by Alan MacEachern

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  • Climate change adaptation for wildland fire and ecosystem management: Conversations and strategies by Ellen Whitman

  • Canadian Smoke Forum by Jeff Eyamie

  • Wildland Fire Canada Conference 2019 by Mike Wotton

  • Supporting worker health and wellness through research: Ongoing initiatives in British Columbia involving wildland firefighting by Natasha Broznitsky

  • Barriers to FireSmart Development: Social science project kicks off with province-wide surveys to municipalities by Elise Gatti

  • A New Vision for the CIFFC Fire Science Committee by Maria Sharpe

  • A New Reality: Fire Management and the COVID-19 Pandemic by Mike Flannigan and Renée Beaulac

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  • Verdant Fire Case Study by Kiera Macauley

  • PyroLife project kicks off: an ambitious Innovation Training Network on wildfires by Celia Conde & Dr.Cathelijne Stoof 

  • Strategic planning at CIFFC: the next three years by Maria Sharpe

  • From books to blaze, and back again: Gaining a well-rounded education in fire management by Kate Bezooyen

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  • Canada's Blueprint for wildland fire science by Chris Stockdale and Stacey Sankey

  • Wildfires will only get worse unless we learn how to live with them by Lynn Johnston, Alan Cantin, Joshua Johnston, Natasha Jurko, and Mike Flannigan

  • Caribou Lake Fire Case Study: Focus on weather by Maria Sharpe

  • WildFireSat: A new Canadian wildfire monitoring satellite system on the horizon by Joshua Johnston and Helena van Mierlo

  • NSERC Connect: Building a Wildfire Management Network by Mike Flannigan

  • To leave or not to leave: Understanding indigenous experience of evacuation in Canada by Tara McGee

  • Global fire challenges in a warming world by François-Nicolas Robinne

  • National Smoke Forum - Ottawa, November 2019 by Ginny Marshall

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Exploring mulching treatment intensity: Productivity trials and fire behaviour by Steve Hvenegaard

  • Wildfires will only get worse unless we learn how to live with them by Mike Wotton and Mike Flannigan

  • A proposed experimental methodology for assessing the effects of biophysical properties and energy content on live fuel flammability by Oleg Melnik

  • Not the new normal: an AI approach to BC wildfires by Matt Toner

IN THIS ISSUE

  • What's on tap for the 2018 wildfire season by Mike Flannigan

  • Pelican Mountain FireSmart Fuel Management Research Site by Dave Schroeder

  •  Current research on Canada’s interface areas by Lynn M. Johnston

  • Windrow burning in aspen - can we shift burning to the fire season? by Greg Baxter .....

  • Ember Award for Excellence in Wildland FireScience, 2017 Recipient: Brian Stocks by Mike Wotton, Mike Flannigan and Bill de Groot 

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  • The 2017 Canadian Wildfire Season by Mike Flannigan

  • Appropriate response - Ontario’s strategic approach to wildland fire by Colin McFayden and Den Boychuk

  • Building a Blueprint - a renewed future for wildland fire science in Canada by Stacey Sankey

  • Canadian Partnership for Wildland Fire Science Second Biennial Wildfire Science and Technology Retreat by Dan Thompson

  • Return to Flame: Reasons for Burning in Lytton First Nation, British Columbia by Michael Lewis, Amy Christianson and Marsha Spinks

  • Edmonton smoked in by BC wildfires, July 19-20, 2017 - a case study by Dan McLennan and Al Pankratz

  • Gradual landscape anthropization and its effect on the pyrogeography of Alberta by François-Nicolas Robinne

  • Interpolating daily precipitation to improve fire danger rating in Alberta, Canada: which methods are best? byXinli Cai

  • An early warning system for forecasting human-caused fire activity using satellite-observed greenness by Paul Pickell, Nicholas Coops, Colin Ferster, Chris Bater, Karen Blouin, Mike Flannigan and Jinkai Zhang

  • Wildland Fire Canada 2016 award winners

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Introducing the Canadian Partnership for Wildland Fire Science by Mike Flannigan

  • PyroCb: A Volcano-like Firestorm Sending Smoke into the Stratosphere by Mike Fromm

  • The Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre - Roles and Activities by Kim G. Connors

  • Wildfire Remote Sensing Workshop, 20 – 22 June 2017 in Montreal, Québec by Helena van Mierlo

  • Moisture Changes from Sprinkler-watering by Devon Barnes, Greg Baxter, and Eric Miller

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  • The Fort McMurray Wildfire: By the Numbers by Mike Flannigan, and Cordy Tymstra

  • Departed Fire Regime Conditions from Historical References are Raising Concerns in Southern Alberta by Marie-Pierre Rogeau

  • Impact of the 2010 Russian Wildfires on Moscow’s Air Quality by David Lavoué and Aika Davis

  • Comprehensive FireSmart® Implementation: More than Just Forest Fuel Management by Kelly Johnston

  • FireWork – A Canadian Operational Air Quality Forecast Model with Near-Real-Time Biomass Burning Emissions by Radenko Pavlovic, et al.

  • Fire Behaviour Observations from a Significant Mountain Wildfire in West Central Alberta by Kelsy Gibos

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  • Letters From the Editors by Al Pankratz and Mike Flannigan

  • The Edmonton PM10 event - July 16, 2014 by Blair Morrow, Brian Luzny and Al Pankratz

  •  Ventilation Forecasting by Al Pankratz

  • Increasing Wildfire Growth Modelling Decision Support Using Ensemble Weather Forecasts Over the Province of Alberta, Canada by Brett Moore

  • Ensemble Lightning Prediction Models for Alberta, Canada by Karen Blouin

IN THIS ISSUE

  • A Report on the Halifax National Smoke Forum, October 14, 2014 by Steve Sakiyama, Al Pankratz, Brian Simpson and Kerry Anderson

  • The Northwest Territories Up In Smoke: the summer of 2014 by Al Pankratz, Dave Fox and Matt Seaboyer

  • Integrative Wildland Fire & Smoke Modeling: Case Study of a Labrador Smoke Plume Reaching Greenland by David Lavoué

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Preliminary Agenda - National Smoke Forum, Halifax , October 10, 2014

  • Towards Establishing a National Forum on Smoke Forecasting in Canada by Brian Stocks

  • Stereoscopic Retrieval of Smoke Plume Heights and Motion from Space-Based Multi‑angle Imaging, Using the MISR INteractive eXplorer (MINX) by David Nelson and Ralph Kahn

  • Wildfire Smoke from Start to Finish by Al Pankratz, David Lavoué and Aika Davis

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  • Synoptic Atmospheric Transport of Wildfire Smoke Plumes to Greenland by David Lavoué

  • Wildland Fire Canada 2012 Conference - Part 1 by Al Pankratz

  • Wildland Fire Canada 2012 Conference - Part 2 by Peter Murphy

  • Wildland Fire Canada 2012 Conference - Part 3 by Brian Stocks

  • Manitoba Health-Office of Disaster Management’s Emerging Work on the Wildland Fire Smoke Portfolio by Barbara Crumb and Darlene Oshanski

  • BlueSky Canada - Part 1 by Steve Sakiyama

  • BlueSky Canada - Part 2 by Kerry Anderson

  • BlueSky Canada - Part 3  by Roland Stull and Roland Schigas

  • BlueSky Canada - Part 4 by Jed Cochrane

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Photographs of the 2011 Slave Lake Fire by Kevin Parkinson

  • Megafires: Reality or Hype? by Al Pankratz

  • AQHI Event over the Southern Prairies, Sept. 9-11, 2011 by Justin Shaer

  • The Western Canada BlueSky Wildfire Smoke Forecasting System: Continued Development, Evaluation, and  Operation by Steve Sakiyama

  • Western Partnership for Wildland Fire Science by Mike Flannigan

  • Evaluation of the BlueSky Smoke Forecasting System and Its Utility for Public Health Protection in BC by Jiayun Yao

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Identification of Smoke Plumes from Satellite Images by Victoria Wan, Charmaine B. Dean, W. John Braun, and Sarah Henderson

  • Photo Essay: Smoke Over Southern British Columbia, July 30, 2010, by Al Pankratz, and Liz Pankratz

  • The Great Alberta Smokeout of 2010 by Blair Morrow, Curtis Mooney, and Al Pankratz

  • Forest Fire Smoke in Saskatchewan during the Summer of 2010 by David Lavoué

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  • Canadian Wildland Fire Conference 2010 Report by Al Pankratz

  • International Conference on Open Burning and the Arctic: Summary and Conclusions by David McCabe, Elena Kobets, and conference participants

  • Forecast Support to BORTAS-A (2010): Predicting Forest Fire Smoke Plumes over Nova Scotia by David Waugh et al.

  • The Western Canada BlueSky Wildfire Smoke Forecasting System Pilot: A Successful Launch by Steve Sakiyama

  • Quebec Wildfires Spread Smoke to Eastern Canada and New England by David Lavoué

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  • Conference Notes: AWMA ACE 2010 by Al Pankratz

  • Fuel-type mapping for the CWFIS: Past, Present, and Future by Brian Simpson, Peter Englefield, and Kerry Anderson

  • Impact of the 2003 Forest Fires on Air Quality in Western Canada by David Lavoué

  • Air Quality Sampling during 2003 Prescribed Burns in Banff National Park; Part 2 by Brian Wiens

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Quantifying wildfire emissions across North America with the Wildland Fire Emissions Information System  by Nancy HF French

  • Modelling the Interannual Variability of Black Carbon Emitted from Boreal and Temperate Wildland Fires by David Lavoué

  • Fire Emissions in Central Siberia by Douglas J. McRae, Susan G. Conard, Steve P. Baker, Yuri N. Samsonov and Galina A. Ivanova

  • The ARCTAS Intensive Ozonesonde Network Study (ARC-IONS) by David W. Tarasick, Anne M. Thompson and Samuel J. Oltmans

IN THIS ISSUE

  • Prometheus: the Canadian Wildland Fire Growth Simulation Model by Neal McLoughlin

  • Black Carbon Records of 19th Century North American Fire Emissions in Greenland Ice Cores by David Lavoué

  • Air Quality Sampling during 2003 Prescribed Burns in Banff National Park: Part 1 by Brian Wiens

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  • ARCTAS: The Perfect Smoke by Amber J. Soja, Brian Stocks, Paul Maczek, Mike Fromm, Rene Servranckx, Merritt Turetsky and Brian Benscoter

  • The International Workshop on Advances in Operational Weather Systems for Fire Danger Rating by Michael Brady

  • Wildfire Smoke Forecasting for British Columbia and Alberta: The Bluesky Western Canada Extension Pilot Project - Update on Progress by Steve Sakiyama

  • Calculating Canadian Wildfire Emissions for Historical Analysis and Air Quality Forecasting Purposes byDavid Lavoué

  • Revisiting the 1950 Great Smoke Pall by Robert Field

IN THIS ISSUE

  • A Smoke Forecasting System for British Columbia and Alberta: The BlueSky Western Canada Extension Pilot Project by Steve Sakiyama

  • Fire Smoke and Human Health by Sarah Henderson and Michael Brauer

  • Agricultural Burning in Manitoba by Andrew Nadler

  • Where There's Fire, There's Smoke by Kerry Anderson

  • Biomass Burning Plumes Observed with the Dalhousie Raman Lidar by Thomas J. Duck, Lucy Crawford, Jonathan Doyle, Steve Beauchamp, and Ray Hoff