Integrating weather and climate parameters with habitat condition and burn objectives into a prescription for getting the desired fire effects while minimizing risk and uncertainty. Characterizing the prescription in ways to easily identify windows of opportunity with a forecast. Making the Go-No Go decision once on-site and once the burn is begun.
Robert "Zeke" Ziel, Alaska Fire Science Consortium
Forester and Fire Manager for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Wildland Fire Analyst with the Alaska Division of Forestry, and Fire Science Advocate with the Alaska Fire Science Consortium. NWCG qualified Fire Behavior Analyst and Long Term Fire Analyst.