ForensisGroup Fire Ecology Expert Witnesses work in this branch of ecology that concentrates on the origins of wildland fire and its relationship to the surrounding environment.
Our Fire Ecology Expert Witnesses have years of experience in environmental management, planning, and impact assessment with expertise in endangered and threatened species and wetlands. Their experience includes regional resource planning and management, natural resources management, water resources management, environmental protection, environmental restoration, environmental impact methodology and assessment, wildlife biology, and wildlife biology.
These experts provide consulting in the form of the design of forest practices strategic planning models for habitat management of sensitive areas, navigate to and remeasure existing fire monitoring plots, assess surface fuel loading, measure tree regeneration, determine the percentage of effective ground cover, measure tree metrics, and determine forest composition.
They are members of the Association for Fire Ecology, the International Association of Wildland Fire and Wild Fire Management, and the National Fire Prevention Association.
Our fire ecology experts are scientists, educators, practitioners, and policymakers. They have degrees in in earth science, fire ecology, geography, and land-use/land-change.
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