Our lab is composed of 4 Ph.D. students, 4 Master’s students, 3 postdocs, and a […]
Past Graduate Students: Research by past graduate students had covered a wide range of geographic […]
The Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Laboratory, at the University of Washington, focuses on solutions for wildland fire and health problems created by the policies derived from more than a century of fire exclusion, a growing wildland-urban interface, and climate change.
Our lab collaborates and conducts research with land managers from USFS, PWFSL, DOD, WA DNR, WA State Parks, and various tribes within the United States, Mexico, and South America. We mainly focus on – fire behavior, combustion science, biomass assessments, fire ecology, fire management, prescribed fires, fire-climate change interactions, landscape ecology, emissions of greenhouse gases, fire policy, and traditional fire knowledge used by indigenous communities.
SEFS 535. Fire Ecology. Fall Quarter
ESRM420. Wildland Fire Management. Spring Quarter
SEFS 550B. Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Fire Use. Spring Quarter
SEFS 521. Field Trip to the Yakama Nation. Fall Quarter
SEFS 521D. Forest Stand Dynamics and Disturbances. Winter Quarter