Presentations from the Mojave Desert Fire Ecology Workshop 2013
Click on links below to access PDF versions of the presentations from the workshop.
Session I: Mojave Desert Fire Ecology
– Climate Change: Rick Gill, BYU
– Climate driven invasive grass-fire cycles: Kevin Horn, BYU
– Video: Landsat 5 imagery of Beaver Dam Wash from 1985 through 2011. Green represents vegetation and red represents recent fire.
– Pollination and plant reproduction in burned Mojave landscapes: Sam St. Clair, BYU; Terry Griswold, USU (coming soon).
What Plants Talk About, PBS Nature program on wild tobacco (Nicotiana attenuata) featuring Dr. Ian Baldwin, Director, Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology. The section we discussed begins at about 15:45.
Session II: Management and Restoration
– Plant invasions and red brome control: Phil Allen and Heather Finch, BYU
– Plant materials: Matt Robbins and Blair Waldron, Agricultural Research Station, Logan, Utah
– Outplantings: Lindsay Chiquoine, UNLV
– Post-fire management decision making: Mark Brunson, USU