2015

  1. Anderson, S. (2015) Salience of Wildfire Risk and the Management of Public Lands, Presented at the Property and Environment Research Center Lone Mountain Fellow Seminar, Bozeman, MT.
  2. Anderson, S. (2015) Salience of Wildfire Risk and the Management of Public Lands, Presented at the UC Santa Barbara Bren School Faculty to Faculty Seminar Series, Santa Barbara, CA.
  3. Anderson, S., Plantinga, A.J. (2015) Playing with Fire, Presented at the UCSB Regents Annual Meeting presentation, Santa Barbara, CA.
  4. Anderson, S., Moritz, M., Plantinga, A., Tague, C. (2015) Dining with Fire, Presented at the Strategic Environmental Research Initiative on Wildfire and Climate Change (SERI Fire) donor dinner, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
  5. Bart, R., Anderson, S., Moritz, M., Plantinga, A., Tague, C. (2015) An Integrated Model for Identifying Linkages Between the Management of Fuel Treatments, Fire and Ecosystem Services, Poster GC33E-1353 presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  6. Tague, C.L. (2015) Modeling the complex interactions among wildfire, fuel treatments and hydrology, Presented at the 10th EARSeL Forest Fire Special Interest Group Workshop, November 2-, Limassol, Cyprus.
  7. Tague, C. (2015) Fire, Water, and Ecosystems in a Changing Climate, Presented at Zuckerberg Institute for Water Research (ZIWR), part of the Jacob Blaustein Institute for Desert Research, October 28, 2015, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Be’er Sheva, Israel.
  8. Tague, C.L. (2015) Career opportunities in environmental science for diverse students, Presented at the UC Santa Barbara chapter of Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science general meeting, Santa Barbara, CA.

2016

  1. Tague, C. (2016) Ecohydrology and Informatics: Seeing the water in the trees!, Presented at Arizona State University, April 13, 2016
  2. Tague, C. (2016) Fire, Water, and Ecosystems in a Changing Climate, Presented at Water Resources Graduate Program Winter Seminar, Oregon State University, February 2016, Corvallis, OR.
  3. Plantinga, A.J. (2016) Salience of Wildfire Risk and the Management of Public Lands, 2016 Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Summer Conference, Breckinridge, CO.
  4. Wibbenmeyer, M. (2016) Burning Down the House: Housing Characteristics and the Political Economy of Wildfire Suppression, 2016 Association of Environmental and Resource Economists Summer Conference, Breckinridge, CO. 
  5. Anderson, S., Moritz, M., Plantinga, A., Tague, C. (Sept 2016) Wildfire Risk and Public Lands Management. Presented at the UC Santa Barbara Bren School Master’s Student Orientation Writing Workshop, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA.
  6. Bart, R., Anderson, S., Kennedy, M., McKenzie D., Tague, C. (2016) Integrating Fire Effects into an Ecohydrologic Model for Simulating Fire Regimes, Poster GC51E-1234. presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  7. Wibbenmeyer, Matthew. (2016) Talk Presented at Environmental Lunch and talk, Breckenridge, CO.
  8. Moritz, M. (Nov 7, 2016) Current Research Questions in Pyrogeography…and the Ultimate Challenge of ‘Coexisting with Wildfire,’ Presented at the UC Santa Barbara Bren School Seminar Series, Santa Barbara, CA.
  9. Anderson, S. (2016) Politics and the Public in Wildfire Management. PERC Wildfire Summit, Bozeman, MT.
  10. Anderson, S. (Aug 2016) The Plan and the Pork:  Factors Influencing Agency Implementation of the National Fire Plan. Academy of Management Meeting, Anaheim, CA.
  11. Tague, C. (Dec 2016) Managing forests, water resources and their interaction in the face of increasing drought frequency and severity in semi-arid regions, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

2017

  1. Anderson, S. (2017) Salience and the Government Provision of Public Goods. University of Torino, Italy
  2. Plantinga, A. Salience and the Government Provision of Public Goods. Invited lecture, Paris School of Economics, Paris, France. March 2017
  3. Plantinga, A. Salience and the Government Provision of Public Goods. Invited lecture, Department of Economics, University of Ferrara, Italy. April 2017
  4. Tague, C. (Dec. 2016) Managing forests, water resources and their interaction in the face of increasing drought frequency and severity in semi-arid regions, American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA.
  5. Tague, C. (Jan. 2017) Why subsurface features matter for managing forests, water and fire in the face of increasing drought frequency and severity. AGU Chapman Conference on Extreme Climate Event Impacts on Aquatic Biogeochemical Cycles and Fluxes, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  6. Tague, C. (Feb. 2017) Managing vegetation, water & fire in the face of increasing drought frequency and severity. Division of Earth and Ocean Sciences Spring Seminar Series, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina.
  7. Tague, C. (May 2017) Why geology matters. Forests responses to drought, climate warming and management actions in the California Sierra.” UC Davis, CA.
  8. Kennedy, M. C., McKenzie, D., Tague, C., Dugger, A.L. (June 2017) Balancing uncertainty and complexity to incorporate fire spread in an eco-hydrological model Int. J. Wildland Fire 26(8): 706–718. doi:10.1071/WF16169
  9. Anderson, S. (Aug 2017) Salience­driven Responses to Climate Change and their Consequences for (Mal)Adaptation. Colorado Climate Retreat, University of Colorado, Boulder.
  10. Plantinga, A. (Sept 2017) “Salience and the Government Provision of Public Goods,” Seminars at Yale U. and U. Maine (co-sponsored with Bates College).
  11. Tague, C. (Sept 2017) Forest responses to drought, climate warming and fire – is there a role for density reduction? Instituto Pirenaico de Ecología (IPE-CSIC), Huesca, Spain.
  12. Hanan, E.J., Tague, C., Bart, R.R., Kennedy, M.C., Abatzoglou, J.T., Kolden, C., Adam, J.C. (Oct 2017) Effects of fire suppression and climate change on wildfire activity in the Pacific Northwest. Columbia University Initiative on Extreme Weather and Climate: Fire Prediction Across Scale. New York, NY
  13. Hanan, E.J., Tague, C., Bart, R.R., Kennedy, M.C., Kolden, C., Abatzoglou, J., Adam, J. (Oct 2017) Factors driving fire spread under a changing climate in Pacific Northwest mixed-pine forests. Columbia University Initiative on Extreme Weather and Climate: Fire Prediction Across Scale. New York, NY.
  14. Bart, R.R., Tague, C., Kennedy, M., Hanan E. (Oct. 2017) Development of a coupled model for investigating the effects of climate and forest management on wildfire regimes in the western U.S. Columbia University Initiative on Extreme Weather and Climate: Fire Prediction Across Scale. New York, New York.
  15. Anderson, S., Moritz, M., Plantinga, A. (Oct. 2017) Playing with Fire. Presented to the UCSB Emeriti and Retiree Group, Santa Barbara, CA.
  16. Anderson, S. (Nov 2017) Salience­driven Responses to Climate Change and their Consequences for (Mal)Adaptation. Hoover Institution, Stanford University.
  17. Bart, R.R., Tague, C., Kennedy, M.C., Hanan, E.J. (Dec. 2017) A Coupled Model for Simulating Future Wildfire Regimes in the Western U.S. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana.
  18. Hanan, E.J., Tague, C., Bart, R.R., Kennedy, M.C, Abatzoglou, J., Kolden, C., Adam, J. (Dec 2017) Effects of fire suppression under a changing climate in Pacific Northwest mixed-pine forests. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting. New Orleans, Louisiana.
  19. Anderson, S. (Dec 2017) Salience and the Government Provision of Public Goods. Ostrom Workshop and SPEA, Indiana University.

2018

  1. Wibbenmeyer, M. (Jan 2018) Burning Down the House: Wildfire and the Benefits of Responses to Natural Disasters. Department of Economics, Boise State University. Resources for the Future on February 5, and at the Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics at University of California, Berkeley on February 26.
  2. Wibbenmeyer, M. (Feb 2018) Burning Down the House: Wildfire and the Benefits of Responses to Natural Disasters. Resources for the Future, Washington, DC.
  3. Wibbenmeyer, M. (Feb 2018) Burning Down the House: Wildfire and the Benefits of Responses to Natural Disasters. Department of Agricultural and Resource Economics, University of California, Berkeley.
  4. Wibbenmeyer, M. (Mar 2018) Inequality and Government Responsiveness: Evidence from Salient Wildfire Events. Environmental and Resource Economics Lunch, UCSB Department of Economics, Santa Barbara, California.
  5. Plantinga, A., Hanan E. (Apr 2018) SERI Wildfire Presentation. Gaucho Professional Network Showcase at All Gaucho Reunion, University of California, Santa Barbara.
  6. Bart, R. (Apr 2018) Water and the Sierra Nevada: Why vegetation matters. Sierra College Science Speaker Series, Grass Valley, California.
  7. Anderson, S., Moritz, M., Tague, C. (Apr 2018) Drought, Fire, and Flood: Climate Change and Our New Normal. The Granada Theater, Santa Barbara, California.