Fire Environment Committee
The Fire Environment Committee (FEC) is an integrated, programmatic approach to provide guidance in Fire Danger, Weather, RAWS Network Management, Smoke Management, Fire Use, Effects, Behavior and Research. The Committee also continues to develop an active association with the Southern High Resolution Modeling Consortium, NC Division of Air Quality, the Region’s Geographic Coordination Center Predictive Services Group, and the National Weather Service. The commonality of all these groups is that they are focused on some aspect of the “fire environment” by measuring, predicting and/or providing guidance for decisions made for natural resource management.
November 2017 Meeting
- Final Meeting Minutes
- New and Exciting Tools in Air Quality Monitoring
- Comparing the NWS Results for the Lavdas Atmospheric Dispersion Index and the NC Ventilation Index