There will be a webinar opportunity available on January 27th from 12 to 1:00 p.m. PST. The webinar is presented by Craig Clement from the Fire Weather Research Laboratory at San Jose State University and is titled "Effects of Complex Terrain on Extreme Fire Behavior". It is being sponsored by the International Association of Wildland Fire, Wildland Fire Lessons Learned Center, and the Joint Fire Science Program. It will provide a discussion of wind systems in mountainous terrain, modeling fire behavior on slopes, and wind modeling tools.
Registration is on the Fire Research and Management Exchange Website (FRAMES). FRAMES is part of a Wildland Fire Science Partnership that includes the University of Idaho and the University of Montana. The partnership was created to develop and deliver knowledge and decision support tools to policymakers, wildland fire managers, and communities.
The picture is from the webinar registration website.