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NWCG Fire Environment Working Team. Presentation to Fire Emissions Joint Forum June 7, 2005 Paul Schlobohm. Wildland Fire Environment. Fuels Weather Topography Terrestrial and atmospheric fire influences Low to high resolution spatial and temporal scales. Fire Environment WT Concept.

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Nwcg fire environment working team

NWCG Fire Environment Working Team

Presentation to

Fire Emissions Joint Forum

June 7, 2005

Paul Schlobohm


Wildland fire environment

Wildland Fire Environment

  • Fuels

  • Weather

  • Topography

  • Terrestrial and atmospheric fire influences

  • Low to high resolution spatial and temporal scales


Fire environment wt concept

Fire Environment WT Concept

  • Integrated approach to…

    • Fire Weather

    • Fire Behavior

    • Fire Danger

  • Coordinated with…

    • Predictive Services

    • Air/Smoke Management

    • Fuels Management

    • National Weather Service


Nwcg fire environment working team

National Wildfire Coordinating Group

USDI

USDA

DHS

Natl. Assn. of State Foresters

Kirk Rowdabaugh (West)

Mike Long (East)

Intertribal Timber Council

James Erickson

FWS

Phil Street

NPS

Edy Williams Rhodes

FS

Alice Forbes

U.S. Fire Administration

Hugh Wood

Associate Members (non-voting)

FS Fire Research

Mike Hilbrunner

BIA

Lyle Carlile

BLM

Larry Hamilton

Natl. Fire Protection Association

Jim Smalley

Forest Fire Management Group

Paul de Mar

Italics = Chair

Fire Equipment WT

Tory Henderson

Info Resource Mgmt.WT

Shari Shetler

IRM Program Mgmt Office

Barry Mathias

Fire DangerWT

Paul Schlobohm

Wildland/UrbanInterface WT

Sam Scranton

Fire UseWT

Bill Leenhouts

Fire WeatherWT

Wayne Mitchell

Safety & HealthWT

Paul Broyles

TrainingWT

Logan Lee

Incident BusinessPractices WT

Hallie Locklear

Publication Mgmt.System WT

Allen Deitz

Wildland FireEducation WT

Maureen Brooks

Wildland FireInvestigation WT

Paul Steensland

Radio Narrowband Advisory Group

Steve Jenkins

Geographic Area Advisory Group

Brian Shiplett

Incident Ops Standards WT

Bob Leaverton

Social ScienceAdvisory Group

Aden Seidlitzand

Jonathan Taylor


Nwcg fire environment working team

USDI

USDA

DHS

Natl. Assn. of State Foresters

Kirk Rowdabaugh (West)

Mike Long (East)

Intertribal Timber Council

James Erickson

FWS

Phil Street

NPS

Edy Williams Rhodes

FS

Alice Forbes

U.S. Fire Administration

Hugh Wood

Associate Members (non-voting)

FS Fire Research

Mike Hilbrunner

BIA

Lyle Carlile

BLM

Larry Hamilton

Natl. Fire Protection Association

Jim Smalley

Forest Fire Management Group

Paul de Mar

Prediction

Operations

Outreach

Fire Use WT

Bill Leenhouts

Fire Equipment WT

Tory Henderson

Fire DangerWT

Paul Schlobohm

Wildland FireInvestigation WT

Paul Steensland

Wildland/UrbanInterface WT

Sam Scranton

Incident Ops Standards WT

Bob Leaverton

Fire WeatherWT

Wayne Mitchell

Incident BusinessPractices WT

Hallie Locklear

Wildland FireEducation WT

Maureen Brooks

Safety & Health WT

Paul Broyles

Fire Behavior

Committee

Wayne Cook

Radio Narrowband Advisory Group

Steve Jenkins

Social Science Advisory Group Aden Seidlitz & Jonathan Taylor

Training WT Logan Lee

Fire Behavior Committee Wayne Cook

IRM Program Mgmt Office Barry Mathias

Support

Info Resource Mgmt. WT Shari Shetler

Publication Mgmt. System WT Allen Deitz

Geographic Area Advisory Group Brian Shiplett


Nwcg fire environment working team

“The Box”

Proposed FENWT Organization

  • Non-NWCG Members of FENWT

    • Members chartered outside of NWCG

    • Closely aligned missions

  • Primary membership role is to represent a business area


Nwcg fire environment working team

Fire Environment Working Team

Fire Weather Committee

Fire Behavior Committee

Fire Danger Committee

Eastern States

Western States

FENWT Chair

Fire Research

Predictive Services

Group

NPSG

Fire/Air Issues

Group

FAICG

Interagency

Fuels Group

NIFCG

NWS

NWCGLiaison

Strategic

Partners

Members charteredby FENWT

Members charteredoutside of FENWT

Members - NASFRepresentatives

StrategicPartners

NWCGLiaison


Nwcg fire environment working team

Fire Environment Working Team

FWC

Dick Bahr

FBC

Wayne Cook

FDC

Larry Bradshaw

Eastern States

Joe Kennedy

Western States

Wayne Mitchell

FENWT Chair

Paul Schlobohm

Fire Research

Mike Hilbruner

NPSG

Tom Wordell

FAICG

Dennis Haddow

NIFCG

Dennis Dupuis

NWS

Leroy Spayd

NWCG Liaison

Alice Forbes

Strategic

Partners

Members charteredby FENWT

Members charteredoutside of FENWT

Members - NASFRepresentatives

StrategicPartners

NWCGLiaison


Nwcg fire environment working team

USDI

USDA

DHS

Natl. Assn. of State Foresters

Kirk Rowdabaugh (West)

Mike Long (East)

Intertribal Timber Council

James Erickson

FWS

Phil Street

NPS

Edy Williams Rhodes

FS

Alice Forbes

U.S. Fire Administration

Hugh Wood

Associate Members (non-voting)

FS Fire Research

Mike Hilbrunner

BIA

Lyle Carlile

BLM

Larry Hamilton

Natl. Fire Protection Association

Jim Smalley

Forest Fire Management Group

Paul de Mar

Prediction

Operations

Outreach

Fire Use WT

Bill Leenhouts

Fire Equipment WT

Tory Henderson

Fire EnvironmentWT

Paul Schlobohm

Wildland FireInvestigation WT

Paul Steensland

Wildland/UrbanInterface WT

Sam Scranton

Incident Ops Standards WT

Bob Leaverton

Incident BusinessPractices WT

Hallie Locklear

Wildland FireEducation WT

Maureen Brooks

Safety & Health WT

Paul Broyles

Radio Narrowband Advisory Group

Steve Jenkins

Social Science Advisory Group AdenSeidlitz&JonathanTaylor

Training WT Logan Lee

IRM Program Mgmt Office Barry Mathias

Support

Info Resource Mgmt. WT Shari Shetler

Publication Mgmt. System WT Allen Deitz

Geographic Area Advisory Group Brian Shiplett


Nwcg fire environment working team

FENWT Vision

The Wildland Fire Community applies effective tools, information and products to successfully measure, predict and manage the wildland fire environment to protect, maintain and restore healthy ecosystems and protect the public's quality of life.


Nwcg fire environment working team

FENWT Mission

Provide interagency oversight, strategic direction and vision relating to measuring and predicting the wildland fire environment and share that understanding with the users.


Fenwt initial tasks

FENWT Initial Tasks

  • Develop Strategic Plan

  • Evaluate

    • Fire Weather Systems

      • ASCADS, WIMS, NIFMID, WFAS, ROMAN, etc

    • RAWS network


Fire occurrence reporting system fors update

Fire Occurrence Reporting System (FORS) update

  • The scope of the new FORS effort is to complete a business requirements analysis of Wildland Fire Occurrence Reporting business and information.


Fors initial phase

FORS Initial Phase

  • Provide data inventory,

  • meeting facilitation,

  • documentation preparation,

  • identification of a core set of data,

  • proposal for a core set of data definitions,

  • proposal for an interim common platform for the core set of data,

  • proposal for migration of legacy data, and

  • proposals for Future Phases and anticipated costs.

  • 6-12 months


Fors future phases

FORS Future Phases

  • Analyze inventoried data,

  • analyze legacy systems,

  • build process models,

  • create data dictionaries,

  • develop and propose standards for common data definitions, and

  • develop a proposal for a single final FORS.

  • 12+ months


Questions

Questions?


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