Meet the Modelling Team!

Meet the Modelling Team!

Our field teams collect a massive amount of data from mountaintops and forests across the Eastern slopes of the Rockies. Because our team has the good fortune of such a big dataset, we can ask questions at a broader scale than a lot of other projects - we are even starting to predict what the future of these landscapes might look like.

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Why study historical fire regimes and how do we do it?

Why study historical fire regimes and how do we do it?

Here at Landscapes in Motion, we talk a lot about “looking to the past” to understand how fire regimes have shaped the landscapes of the southern Rockies in Alberta. Cameron Naficy explains how the Fire Regime team collects and interprets historical clues in order to reconstruct the fire regimes of the past - and why it’s important they do so.

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