Upcoming Conferences

Foresight from the COVID-19 Pandemic (FCP)
06-01-2022 - 12-31-2022

Introduction COVID-19 has taught the world, once again, the painful lesson that the lack of preparedness for infectious disease pandemics is a tragic ...    


Agricultural Biosurveillance, Biosecurity, and Biodefense (ABBB)
06-01-2022 - 12-31-2022

Introduction: The vulnerabilities of the U.S. food and agricultural systems to natural and intentional attack and alteration have long been recognize...    


GPHEF - Production and Exportation
08-15-2022 - 08-19-2022

Introduction: The often-dramatic advancements in science and technology that have characterized the outset of the 21st century are now important tools...    


GPHEF - Importation and Innovation
09-26-2022 - 09-30-2022

Introduction: The often-dramatic advancements in science and technology that have characterized the outset of the 21st century are now important tools...    


Global Warming and Future Fire Regimes

Global warming is occurring along with a number of other global changes that may have greater influences on future fire regimes, including population growth, changes in land management policy, shifts in vegetation types, and patterns of fire ignitions. All of these factors interact in complicated ways, making future forecasts a challenge.

The recommendations in this policy paper come from Jon E. Keeley, U.S. Geological Survey, Western Ecological Research Center, Sequoia–Kings Canyon Field
Station, Three Rivers, California, and Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, United States.

The paper  is part of the ISGP conference Water and Fire: Impacts of Climate Change, presented  in partnership with California State University-Sacramento.