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  • approaches to wildfire research and management and Cooperate with stakeholders to fill their need for information and resources before during and after wildfires Publication on the Combustibility of Landscape Mulches A new publication by Stephen Quarles of the University of California Cooperative Extension and Ed Smith of the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension discusses the combustibility of landsca Read more about Publication on the Combustibility of Landscape Mulches Log in

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  • People |
    Plants Valerie Borel Watershed and Wildfire Education Coordinator for Los Angeles and Ventura Counties Mike De Lasaux Cooperative Extension Advisor for Plumas and Sierra Counties Sabrina Drill Natural Resources Advisor for Los Angeles and Ventura Counties Keith Gilless Professor Forest Economics and Dean College of Natural Resources Peng Gong Professor Remote Sensing Richard Harris Cooperative Extension Forestry Specialist Emeritus Maggi Kelly Cooperative Extension Natural Resource Monitoring Specialist Susie Kocher Cooperative

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  • Research and Projects |
    areas To learn more about our core research areas and projects follow one of the links provided below Core Research Areas Projects Building in Wildfire Prone Areas Fire in Forests at the Landscape Scale Fire Climate Change and Sustainability The Fire Information Engine Toolkit Fire Hazard Mapping Fire Carbon Sequestration and Averted Emissions Carbon sequestration fire hazards and forest management Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project Fire and Fire Surrogate Treatments

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  • Events |
    Research and Projects Events Resources News You are here Home Events List of upcoming Events or Seminars Contact Contact Scott Stephens Co Director Contact Bill Stewart Co Director Login External

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  • Resources |
    fire news Fire Information Engine Toolkit Prepare your home Homeowner s Wildfire Assessment Homeowner s Wildfire Mitigation Guide Builder s Wildfire Mitigation Guide Tour a firesafe demo house Prepare your community After fire resources Landscaping guide pdf Recursos en español Prepare su hogar Propietarios de vivienda qué hacer después de un incendio Other resources Wood performance and durability Quarles Fire and Fire Surrogate Study Sierra Nevada Adaptive Management Project Global

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  • UC in the News |
    may alter wildfire patterns 4 09 09 UPI Bushfire imaging to determine global warming risks 4 09 09 Australian Broadcasting Corporation audio also available Study predicts climate change will alter global wildfire patterns 4 08 09 ClimateWire Researchers expect chance of wildfires to increase in the future 4 07 09 Avalanche Journal Climate change to spur rapid shifts in fire hotspots projects new analysis 4 07 09 Berkeley Media Affairs release Climate Change to Cause Major Shifts in Global Wildfire Patterns 4 07 09 Texas Tech Today Ecological Applications cover features Center researcher Tadashi Moody and several research articles by Scott Stephens and others 03 09 Should California consider Australia s wildfire policy 03 04 09 Berkeleyan Full research paper also available New wildfires flare as fire season winds down in Northern California 11 15 08 with Max Moritz Miami Herald Lode faces dire fire risk 11 15 08 with Steve Quarles Stockton Record Tea fire gains notoriety among California s conflagrations 11 15 08 with Max Moritz Ventura County Star Fire update Santa Ana Winds 10 17 08 with Scott Stephens California Report NPR KQED Easing winds aid firefighters effort in San Fernando Valley blazes 10 15 08 with Max Moritz Los Angeles Times Wildfire Force Evacuations in L A 10 13 08 with Scott Stephens New York Times Nuevo sitio Web de la UC ayuda a proteger el hogar de los incendios 10 13 08 Inland News Today UC Assessment of wildfire risk to homes available in Spanish 10 13 08 Merced Sun Star Smart home building and tips for wildfire country 08 27 08 with Steve Quarles MSN Big Burn The Times Explores the Growth and Cost of Wildfires 08 08 five part series on wildfire includes Steve Quarles and Bill Stewart LA Times Study details conditions that serve as an invitation to fire disaster 07 23 08 new study showing the importance of protecting homes from embers with Steve Quarles Stockton Record Fighting wildfires Who should pay 07 21 08 NPR report with Max Moritz National Public Radio Warming West is ground zero for wildfires 07 20 08 with Scott Stephens San Francisco Chronicle California burns through its firefighting funds Homeowner fees ahead 07 16 08 with Bill Stewart Christian Science Monitor Smoke is normal for 1800 s 07 09 08 article on historic fires and smoke in the Central Valley citing paper by Scott Stephens Sacramento Bee California Ablaze 07 07 08 KQED s NPR Quest program with a feature on fire in California Related Reporter s Notes by Quest s Amy Standen About the house California is burning 06 30 08 practical advice for homeowners with Steve Quarles Berkeley Daily Planet California wildfires spark call to boost resources 06 30 08 with Bill Stewart Christian Science Monitor KQED s California Report on the anniversary of the Angora Fire featuring Susie Kocher 06 24 08 Max Moritz on KQED s Forum broadcast 05 23 08 Defensible Space Are you clear on what needs to be

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  • Publication on the Combustibility of Landscape Mulches |
    new publication by Stephen Quarles of the University of California Cooperative Extension and Ed Smith of the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension discusses the combustibility of landscape mulches Despite their environmentally friendly benefits as a landscape element many mulches are combustible and can have serious shortcomings when used in wildfire prone places The full publication can be accessed here http www unce unr edu publications files nr 2011 sp1104 pdf

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  • User account |
    Events Resources News You are here Home User account Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password Username Enter your username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username Contact Contact Scott Stephens Co Director Contact Bill Stewart Co

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