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Analysis of the occurrence and cause of fires in slash fuels in Alberta2008CompletedGreg Baxter
Analysis of the occurrence and cause of fires in slash fuels in Alberta between 1961-20002002CompletedGreg Baxter
Assessing moisture content of piled woody debris and the implications for burning2009CompletedGreg Baxter
Black Spruce Fuel Amendment Treatment: Explorations at the Canadian Boreal Community FireSmart Project2017CurrentSteven Hvenegaard
Black Spruce fuel amendment: Explorations at the Pelican Mountain FireSmart research area2017CurrentSteven Hvenegaard
British Columbia Woody Debris Management Program2013CompletedRay Ault
Canopy penetration of airtanker drops in forest fuel treatments and untreated stands2014CompletedRay Ault
  Rex Hsieh
Case Study - Fire behaviour of RWF-015-13 (Nordegg, Alberta)2014CompletedColleen Mooney
Case study of an excursion from top-piles2002CompletedGreg Baxter
Case study: fire challenged fuel treatments in Saskatchewan in 20152015CompletedGreg Baxter
  Rex Hsieh
  Ray Ault
Comparing the seasonal changes in live fuel flammability of Larix spp. and Black Spruce2018CurrentOleg Melnik
  Chad Gardeski
Comparing understory burning and mechanical site preparation to regenerate Lodgepole Pine stands2011SuspendedGreg Baxter
Considerations for mitigating windthrow due to forest fuel treatments2006CompletedDave Schroeder
Costs and benfits of seven post-harvest debris treatments in Alberta's forests2010CompletedGreg Baxter
Debris Loading and Fire Behaviour Potential: A Comparative Analysis of Two Harvesting Methods in the Nazko Region of Central British Columbia2017CompletedSteven Hvenegaard
Determining the moisture content of burned trees with time domain reflectometry2001CompletedJim Ewart
Developing a database for ESRD's Wildland Fuels Inventory Program 2013CompletedRex Hsieh
Developing a long-term monitoring protocol for fuel treatments2013CompletedSteven Hvenegaard
Developing a national fuels management reference database2014CompletedRex Hsieh
Developing an ignition-probability model for mulch fuelbeds2010CompletedSteven Hvenegaard
Drop pattern and coverage level comparison between the amphibious AT-802F and the CL-2152009CompletedRay Ault
Effectiveness of light stand-thinning as a forest fuel treatment2010CurrentGreg Baxter
Effectiveness of mowing grass to reduce potential fire behaviour in corridors2008CompletedGreg Baxter
Effectiveness of mulching as a forest fuel treatment2010CurrentSteven Hvenegaard
Effectiveness of stand-cleaning as a forest fuel treatment2011CurrentGreg Baxter
Effectiveness of underburning as a forest fuel treatment2010CurrentGreg Baxter
Effects of stand thinning on fuel parameters in the Fairholme prescribed burn (Banff National Park)2003CompletedDave Schroeder
Evaluating curtain burners for woody debris disposal2012CompletedGreg Baxter
  Jim Thomasson
Evaluating the relative fire hazard of oriented debris piles and constructed burn piles2018CurrentSteven Hvenegaard
  Greg Baxter
  Stuart Spencer
Fire behaviour and initial-attack crew capabilities in burning harvest debris2012CurrentSteven Hvenegaard
  Greg Baxter
Fire behaviour in mulch fuelbeds along linear corridors2012CurrentSteven Hvenegaard
Fire behaviour in simulated Mountain Pine Beetle-attacked stands2009CompletedColleen Mooney
  Dave Schroeder
Fire behaviour in thinned Jack Pine: Case studies of FireSmart treatments in Canada's Northwest Territories2010CompletedDave Schroeder
FireSmart Robot – Phase 2: Development of a harvest robot for use in FireSmart and Forest Operations2018CurrentGreg Baxter
Forest fuel typing methods used by Canadian wildfire agencies2013CompletedGreg Baxter
Forest Fuels Management Workshop 20032003CompletedRory Thompson
Fuel treatment maintenance operations: productivity and effects on potential fire behaviour2015CurrentSteven Hvenegaard
Identifying less flammable native vegetation for use in linear corridors2010CompletedGreg Baxter
Issues arising from fire in Aspen cutblocks during the House River Fire2003CompletedGreg Baxter
Management of harvesting debris in Alberta2004CompletedGreg Baxter
Managing forest fuels for community protection in the British Columbia Interior: productivity and cost of thinning from below2007CompletedJanet Mitchell
Modelling ignition probability of thinned Lodgepole Pine stands2006CompletedDave Schroeder
Monitoring microclimate and litter moisture in a FireSmart thinned stand in Lodgepole Pine2011CompletedKerry McLaven
Mulching trials on harvest debris piles2008CompletedColleen Mooney
  Dave Schroeder
National forest fuels management workshop2014CompletedColleen Mooney
National wildland fuels management survey2012CompletedSteven Hvenegaard
Preliminary evaluation of mulcher-built firelines2008CompletedMarv Clark
Productivity of equipment used in fuel treatment operations2014CompletedRex Hsieh
  Steven Hvenegaard
Productivity of manual forest fuel treatment operations2017CurrentOleg Melnik
  Steven Hvenegaard
Removal of tree crowns under winter conditions using a terra torch2008CompletedDave Schroeder
Retardant effectiveness on mulch fuel2017CurrentRex Hsieh
Solar radiation driven differences in fne fuel moisture on north and south slopes2008CompletedKelsy Gibos
Wildfire encounters with forest fuel treatments: Rapid response data collection methods to document change in fire behaviour2016CompletedSteven Hvenegaard
  Rex Hsieh
Windrow burning2016CurrentGreg Baxter
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