Presented by Association for Fire Ecology and International Association of Wildland Fire
The University of Montana, Missoula
May 21-24, 2018
An Invitation to hold Attached Meetings
In a time of dramatically reduced or restricted budgets, the Association for Fire Ecology (AFE) and the International Association of Wildland Fire (IAWF) recognize that it is difficult for those of us in the fire ecology, research and management fields to justify travel to multiple conferences and meetings and we think that doubling up on travel is a fiscally responsible way to attend professional meetings. We invite groups and committees to hold smaller meetings in conjunction with The Fire Continuum Conference: Preparing for the Future of Wildland Fire to be held in Missoula, Montana, USA, at the University of Montana, May 21 -24, 2018.
Rooms ranging in capacity from 10 to 200 will be available at no extra cost in The University of Montana during the following times:
- Monday Morning, May 21 (during workshops)
- Wednesday after 12:30 pm, May 23 (during optional field trips)
- Friday, May 25
- Tuesday or Thursday Evening (the welcome reception is Monday evening and the Evening Event is Wednesday evening)
Note: Larger rooms are limited so please reserve early to secure your space.
If you are interested in holding an attached meeting in conjunction with The Fire Continuum Conference: Preparing for the Future of Wildland Fire conference, please submit your request here.
Questions: Bob Gray email@example.com
Guidelines: Submit your nomination for an individual or group that you believe is worth featuring in an issue of Wildfire magazine. We will need a justification for why an individual should be recognized, a short bio, and photo of the individual or group at work (if you have one). All IAWF members as well as people supporting the global wildland fire community
Each issue of Wildfire magazine will feature up to two individuals or groups. Individuals who are recognized in "Fired Up" will receive a one-year membership at IAWF, and groups who are recognized will receive up to five, one-year memberships.
Editors of Wildfire magazine and the IAWF Membership Committee
The magazine is written primarily by fire-management professionals, scientists and leaders working in the wildfire, bushfire and urban interface communities. These experts share their practical experience and knowledge as they examine issues that are key to our communities and profession.
We accept queries for article ideas and complete articles as well as photos and multimedia content. We suggest you review our Author Guidelines before you submit.
Association for Fire Ecology and International Association of Wildland Fire
May 21-24, 2018
The University of Montana, Missoula, Montana, USA
We invite you to submit your presentation proposal for consideration at The Fire Continuum Conference. Please complete the fields below and don't forget to select submit when you are finished.
Oral Presentations will be 20 minutes in length and grouped with sessions on similar topics (we encourage 15 minutes for your presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A and discussion).
Micro-talk are lively quick presentations, 10 minutes in length. This is an entertaining way to engage the audience on a variety of disciplines. We’ve had great success with Micro-talks in the past, the conference guests truly appreciate this format.
This form is also used if you are presenting as part of an accepted special session. All special session presentations are 20 minutes and if you are part an accepted special session, you will need to obtain a special session ID number from your session organizer.
Abstracts are limited to 400 words.
Be sure to indicate if you want to submit an extended abstract for publication in a conference proceedings by the US Forest Service.
Please contact us if you have any questions.
International Association of Wildland Fire