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Updated Aug. 16, 2018
Update: Wow! Registration has filled up quickly and we have reached our capacity for the field tour. If you are still interested in coming, please fill out the registration form here to be added to our waiting list - spots that open up due to cancellations will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Thanks to everyone for spreading the word and for the enthusiastic response!
It's one thing to read about Landscapes in Motion, but something else entirely to meet the researchers in the study area itself.
That's exactly the opportunity you will have if you register for our Field Tour on Wednesday, September 12, 2018.
See the forest through new eyes as our researchers describe what they are learning from photographs, models, and the trees themselves about the fire history of the area and how it has shaped these landscapes. Cameron Naficy, Julie Fortin, Ceres Barros and Chris Stockdale will be with you at every step to explain their work and the project's big-picture vision.
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When: September 12; 9:00-4:30
Where: Meet at Black Diamond, Alberta; Oilfields Regional Arena
Lunches will be provided
Click here to be added to the wait list.
We will meet at a central meeting location in Black Diamond before heading out to our field sites. We will carpool from Black Diamond and guests are asked to indicate during registration whether they will have room to take on passengers.
Please note: we will be doing some off-trail walking for up to a few hundred metres. Please contact us at email@example.com if you have mobility concerns and need more information to determine whether to attend.
AAFMP members may claim continuing competence credits for this field tour following the restrictions and terms of their respective Colleges.