Canadian Wildland Fire and Smoke Newsletter

"Connecting diverse wildland fire, emissions, air quality and modelling communities."

The Canadian Smoke Newsletter is now the Canadian Wildland Fire and Smoke Newsletter. As the new name indicates, the newsletter now has an expanded scope with an increased emphasis on wildland fires in addition to the smoke related issues it has covered up till now (and will continue to cover).

The new editor is Mike Flannigan.

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Canadian Wildland Fire and Smoke Newsletters

Spring 2017 >> Download PDF (An updated version of Moisture Changes from Sprinkler-watering article is available here
Fall 2016 >> Download PDF
Spring 2016 >> Download PDF

Past Canadian Smoke Newsletters

Newsletter 2015 >> Download PDF
Newsletter 2014 >> Download PDF
Newsletter 2013 >> Download PDF
Spring-Summer 2012 >> Download PDF
Spring-Summer 2011 >> Download PDF
Fall-Winter 2010 >> Download PDF
Spring-Summer 2010 >> Download PDF
Fall 2009 >> Download PDF
Spring 2009 >> Download PDF
Fall 2008 >> Download PDF
Spring 2008 >> Download PDF


Strategic Directions

There are four strategic directions: education, science, scientific applications and communications, and partnerships and collaboration. The theme of excellence threads through these strategic directions to ensure the development of science informed policies, practices and decision support tools.  Teaching and mentoring the next generation of scientists and practitioners will allow Canada to maintain its position as a world leader in fire management. >> View the strategic plan