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SEFEP staff collecting data for Fire Behavior ResearchIdentification and prioritization of research needs and seeking opportunities for collaborative projects are fundamental rationale for the co-location of personnel at Tall Timbers Research Station.

Partners regularly meet to discuss current fire ecology related issues and develop proposals to address identified emerging knowledge needs.

EV Komarek Database contains a searchable online database of fire ecology literature available to all researchersSeveral collaborative projects are currently underway throughout the Southeast, including:

  • USFWS/TNC Disney Wilderness Preserve Fire in Wetlands Study
  • E.V. Komarek Fire Ecology Database maintenance and development
  • Fire Regime and Condition Class Assessment methods and classification for the southeastern United States
  • Membership in the Joint Fire Science Program's Stakeholder Advisory Group
  • Burn Severity and Fuels Mapping using satellite imagery
  • Review and input to the development of new fire behavior models
  • Development of fire effects monitoring protocols for southeast vegetation communities