Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Location: San Jose State University, Student Union Room 1A
This is the First Annual Fire Weather Research Workshop aimed at providing new information to fire agencies, scientists, students, and other stakeholders on the current state-of-knowledge of fire weather research in California.
Topics will include new findings on downslope winds such as Diablo and Sundowner winds, weather associated with extreme wildfire events such as the Tubbs and Camp Fires, new fire weather indices, future fire danger and fuels, and new numerical modeling and forecasting tools available.
The workshop is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and the Fire Weather Research Laboratory at San José State. Catered food will be provided for the day. The full agenda and parking information will be provided within the next few weeks. Attendance is limited, so please register asap! The full agenda and parking information will be provided within the next few weeks.
Thank you and we hope to see you there!