The ILAP team, spread across four states, shares information through webinars. As new projects have been funded to extend the work of ILAP, webinars have been used to communicate the new methodologies and findings to project stakeholders.
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Miles Hemstrom (USFS PNW-Research Station) provides a conceptual overview of the project, and Janine Salwasser (INR Corvallis)explains project organization and coordination. 44 minutes
Myrica McCune (INR Corvallis) previews the Western Landscapes Explorer digital library which will provide public access to ILAP data, maps, and project information, as well as other landscape-level programs and collaborative initiatives. 29 minutes
Lisa Gaines and Janine Salwasser (INR Corvallis) provide an overview of the outreach, including the strategy, feedback received, materials used, and next steps. 42 minutes
Megan Creutzburg (INR Portland) and other team members provide an overview of the ILAP arid lands data, tools and draft output for Oregon and Washington. 175 minutes
Joe Bernert and Emilie Henderson (INR Portland) present an overview and update of the GIS and VDDT modules in the first webinar. 32 minutes. The second webinar features the draft outputs from both modules and includes Bruce Higgins (EMI) presenting on the data compilation work in the Southwest. 55 minutes.
Anita Morzillo (OSU College of Forestry) provides an overview of the Wildlife module. 33 minutes. The second webinar features a module update and draft outputs for watersheds within Oregon & Washington. 28 minutes. The third webinar features wildlife habitat outputs for Central Washington for two scenarios. 29 minutes.
Xiaoping Zhou (USFS PNW Research Station) provides an overview of the Fuel Treatment Economic Analysis module. 29 minutes. The second webinar features an update of her work and the draft outputs for the Central Washington Landscape Area. 32 minutes.
Jessica Halofsky and Stephanie Hart (University of Washington) provide an overview of the Fuel Characteristics module with a presentation on "Simulating Fire Hazard Across Landscapes Through Time: Integrating the Vegetation Dynamics Development Tool and Fuel Characteristic Classification System." 23 minutes. The second webinar features an update of their work and the draft outputs for the Central Washington Landscape Area. 33 minutes (FF first 2 min.) The third webinar features an assessment of forest fire hazard in Eastern Oregon and Washington. 33 minutes.
Claire Montgomery (OSU College of Forestry) presents an overview of the Community Economics module. 30 minutes. The second webinar features an update of their work and the draft outputs for Oregon and Washington. 40 minutes.
Dominique Batchelet (Conservation Biology Institute) presents an overview of this Climate Change module which addresses Northwest and Southwest climate change impacts on water supplies, vegetation, and other resource conditions over time. 58 minutes. The second webinar focuses on the MC1 outputs for Washington, Oregon, Arizona and New Mexico using an A2 emissions scenario for CSIRO, MIROC, and Hadley models. 43 minutes.
Gordie Reeves (USFS PNW Research Station) presents an overview of this second Climate Change module which addresses climate change impacts on Northwest watersheds using NetMap, a watershed catalogue and analysis tool. 36 minutes
Heather Greaves (OSU College of Forestry) presents an overview of this third Climate Change module which addresses climate change impacts on fire probabilities and vegetation in Central Oregon based on the spatial modeling of dry forest dynamics. 20 minutes
Sean Gordon (US Forest Service, Region 6) explains Ecosystem Management Decision Support System, and Michael Wing (OSU College of Forestry) explains Optimized Decision Support within the Decision Support modules. 54 minutes
Sean Gordon (OSU College of Forestry) provides an update with draft NW outputs using EMDS and ILAP outputs from other modules. 40 minutes
In the kick-off and close-out Climate, Management, and Habitat (CMH) Coastal Washington project webinars, Jessica Halofsky (INR) provides an overview to stakeholders of a project funded by the NW Climate Science Center (NWCSC) and the Washington Dept. of Natural Resources that uses climate-smart state and transition models to address climate change, local land management and future Northern Spotted Owl habitat. 110 minutes and 60 minutes
Megan Creutzburg (INR Portland) kicks-off the Southeastern Oregon CMH project, also funded by NWCSC, that uses climate-smart state and transition models to address climate change, local land management and future Greater Sage Grouse habitat. 60 minutes