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  • 2017 Fire Season GIS Specialist Webinar

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    2017 Fire Season GIS Specialist (GISS) Webinar #1
    Join us for a webinar on Feb 22, 2017 1:00 PM EST.

    Register now:

    9:00 AM Alaska
    10:00 AM Pacific
    11:00 AM Mountain
    12:00 PM Central
    1:00 PM Eastern

    Objective: To inform wildland fire incident GIS resources about the status of topics impacting the 2017 fire season.
    Overview: Sponsored by the NWCG Geospatial Subcommittee (GSC).
    Questions should be submitted via email prior to webinar or may submitted during webinar via question dialog box (attendees will be muted). Webinar will be one hour in length. Qualified GISS and GISS trainees are invited. Situation unit leaders also invited.
    Webinar will be recorded and posted to
    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

  • new 2017 website: Mechanized Forest and Fire Operations

    Helpful, technical information and examples of using forestry and heavy machines for wildfire, fuels reduction and timber operations.

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