Welcome to the International Association of Wildland Fire (IAWF) Fire & Climate Conference Call for Presentations. We will focus our attention on one of the most important forces shaping wildfire in order to address this formidable challenge in the new decade.
The Fire & Climate conference is relevant for researchers and practitioners with expertise in a range of wildland fire areas including: air quality monitoring and/ or regulation, land management, fire responders, public health, fire weather, climate change and forecasting, among others. The meeting will leverage the lessons learned in recent extreme wildfire seasons around the globe and discuss emerging adaptive behaviors to benefit the entire international wildland fire community. During the conference, participants will discuss the latest scientific advances, explore how scientific information is being put to practical use in the field and utilized to inform public policy, as well as consider gaps and limits in our current understanding.
If your work fits within the Fire & Climate category, for example but not limited to the following topic areas, please consider submitting an abstract.
Virtual and in-person options for both presenters and attendees will ensure broad audience participation. This format will enable a global conversation to facilitate knowledge sharing among the range of experts covering the multiple facets of climate and wildland fire.
The Fire & Climate Conference is scheduled for May 23-27, 2022 in Pasadena, California. We are seeking Oral Presentations, Ignite Talks, and Poster Presentations. All abstracts are required to be submitted via this IAWF Online Submission System.
The deadline to submit is January 15, 2022.
For Melbourne, where all presentations will be live and in-person, we are seeking submissions for oral presentations. For more information on the Melbourne conference and details on how to submit a presentation use this link.
Information needed to submit proposals
Questions? Contact Mikel Robinson, IAWF 406-625-7059 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org