UNITING THE GLOBAL WILDLAND FIRE COMMUNITY
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SYMPOSIUM FAQ
WILDFIRE AND THE PANDEMIC: WHAT'S AHEAD?
By Bob Roper
Western Fire Chiefs Association


Fire managers around the globe are coming to terms with how to continue their vital work in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is how one fire leader’s association is offering guidance to their community.


SCIENCE SPOTLIGHT
International Journal of Wildland Fire
Anthropogenic fire, vegetation structure and ethnobotanical uses in an alpine shrubland of Nepal’s Himalaya

" Our objective was to examine the effects of anthropogenic fire on biophysical characteristics, species richness, abundance and composition in an alpine shrubland with socioeconomic value to local peoples in Langtang National Park in central Nepal. "

AFTER ACTION
That Other Interface
By Hamish Clarke

A reflection on the human interface – the wildest fence we may work in our fire profession – from a scientist who seeks to connect across the divides in Australia.
2019 OUTSTANDING EDITOR AWARD RECIPIENT
Fernando Ojeda

Fernando has been an Associate Editor of the International Journal of Wildland Fire since May 2006. We are pleased to add the 2019 IJWF Outstanding Editor Award to his impressive list of achievements, and we most whole-heartedly thank him for his exceptional service to the International Journal of Wildland Fire.
WILDLAND FIRE POTENTIAL INTERNATIONAL OUTLOOKS