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Watch: USDA RMRS - A West-Wide Rangeland Wildfire Fuel Assessment

Reading the Tea Leaves is a monthly recorded series with Dr. Matt Reeves - a USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station Research Ecologist specializing in remote sensing and ecological modeling.


Dr. Reeves analyzes current rangeland fuel conditions across the west, with emphasis on emerging hotspots. New episodes will be posted on the first Monday of every month and more frequently as the summer progresses. Projections are based on Reeves' Fuelcasting system, a new program that provides projections of expected fuel conditions this grazing season. It is an important component of the Rangeland Production Monitoring System.


Check out the series on-demand here.


Projections are based on Reeves' Fuelcasting system, a new program that provides projections of expected fuel conditions this grazing season. It is an important component of the Rangeland Production Monitoring System.


June 3, 2021 - A special live edition of Reading the Tea Leaves with Dr. Dan McEvoy, Regional Climatologist, Western Regional Climate Center, and Iric Burden, Range/Weeds/Botany Program Manager, Kaibab National Forest.


See the series here.

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