Deadline for Oral Presentation and Fire Circle Abstracts Extended to August 15
If you haven't had a chance to submit your oral presentation or fire circle abstract, you have two more weeks to do so! We are extending the deadline to accommodate summer schedules and those in the field. See below for details and make sure to submit your abstracts no later than
Tuesday, August 15.
Abstracts for poster presentations and attached meetings will be accepted until September 15,
with no extensions possible.
Interactive Fire Circles are discussion sessions and/or working groups focused on advancing our understanding of fire ecology and management. Depending on your purpose, fire circles can be
- Roundtable discussions,
- Small groups assembling position papers, white papers, policy pieces, management guidelines, collaborative peer-reviewed papers, and/or
- Other efforts to explore or synthesize existing data, discuss ideas, present scenarios, or lead role-playing exercises.
This is a great opportunity to communicate and interact with your colleagues, and we encourage you to consider what topics are most important in your region or field of expertise, and submit a proposal!
Topics for presentations include, but are not limited to:
When submitting your proposal, you can request consideration for a Rapid Fire (Speed) talk or a Fire AFEx talk.
- 20/20 Vision: Looking Back, Looking Forward
- Fire Ecology & Effects
- Fire Management and Use
- Fire Modeling
- Climate Change & Fire History
- Restoration & Resiliency
- GIS and Remote Sensing
- Policy Issues
- Case Studies and Lessons Learned
- Education & Communication
- Living with Fire - Cultural, Socio-Economic, Health
- Smoke Management & Modeling