about

Request a Sample

[email protected]

Frequently

Asked Questions
  1. Q1: Can I have a sample for testing?
    A: Yes, you can, but you need to pay.
  2. Q2: Can I add my logo on the clothing?
    A: Yes, OEM and ODM are available.
  3. Q3: Do you have inspection procedures for the products?
    A: 100% self-inspection before packing.
  4. Q4: Can I have a visit to your factory before the order?
    A: Sure, your visit is welcome at any time.
  5. Q5: How can I get after-service?
    A: We assure 2 years warranty. During this period, If any product quality issues occur, spare parts will be sent for free. But we have to charge if the problem is caused by man-made factors.

Effects Of Fire In Alaska And Adjacent Canada

Effects Of Fire In Alaska And Adjacent Canada

Thuja plicata - US Forest Service

IMMEDIATE FIRE EFFECT ON PLANT : Western redcedar is commonly killed by fire. Because of their large size, however, old western redcedar trees can often if

Forest Facts, Alaska Forest Association

Alaska Forest Facts ... the greater emphasis placed on thoroughly analyzing all the potential environmental effects of proposed timber sale projects, and the more open administrative processes and procedures that are employed e.g., the agencys administrative appeals process. ... the reductions in the risk of catastrophic fire, and the ...

Climate connections to Fort McMurray fire NOAA Climate.gov

Signs of the fire have extended beyond northern Alberta, as winds have transported smoke from the fire across Canada and even into the United States. Satellite image on May 6, 2016, of western Canada.

Projects Scenarios Network for Alaska + Arctic Planning

Assessing potential impacts of climate change on temperature, precipitation, water availability, vegetation, and fire regime in the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska. Nenana Ridge experimental burn SNAP collaborated with scientists, engineers and foresters on an experimental burn that quantified the effects of fuels reduction treatments on fire behavior.

Hieracium aurantiacum - US Forest Service

Mixed: Any fire burning more than 5% of an area that does not qualify as a replacement, surface, or low-severity fire; includes mosaic and other fires that are intermediate in effects. Surface or low: Any fire that causes less than 25% upper layer replacement and/or removal in a vegetation-fuel class but burns 5% or more of the area [ 31 , 53 ].

Effects of Fire in Alaska and Adjacent Canada - A ...

192 outlining landform unit, soils and vegetation, and special-purpose maps (i.e. active layer thickness, plant growth form, etc.). The final section includes the References and two Appendices.

The Ring of Fire - Pacific Ocean - ThoughtCo

The Ring of Fire is an arc of mountains, volcanoes, and oceanic trenches that stretch from New Zealand northward along the eastern edge of Asia, then east across the Aleutian Islands of Alaska, and then south along the western coasts of North and South America.

Where are Canada's volcanoes? - Natural Resources Canada

Many Canadians are unaware that western Canada lies along the Pacific Ring of Fire and has active volcanoes. In fact, there have been at least 49 volcanic eruptions in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory during the last 10,000 years.

Fires, floods and satellite views: Modeling the Boreal ...

The 2014 megafires in Canada's Northwest Territories burned 7 million acres of forest, making it one of the most severe fire events in Canadian history.

Influence of disturbance on carbon exchange in a ...

11 E.S. Euskirchen, A.D. McGuire, F.S. Chapin, T.S. Rupp, The changing effects of Alaskas boreal forests on the climate systemThis article is one of a selection of papers from The Dynamics of Change in Alaskas Boreal Forests: Resilience and Vulnerability in Response to Climate Warming., Canadian Journal of Forest Research, 2010, 40, 7 ...

Library: Alaska: BLM Alaska Technical Report 06 BUREAU ...

To use fire as a tool to reach resource management objectives, managers need information on fire effects and the role of fire in the northern environment. The authors searched and reviewed all the available literature on fire effects in Alaska and adjacent Canada, in both the northern forest {taiga) and the tundra.

Current Fire Information in Alaska Alaska Centers

Fire is a natural part of Alaskas ecosystem. Many positive benefits of fire have been recognized. Fire-suppression efforts sometimes are more damaging than the wildfire. Fire is a part of the natural environmental cycle as well as a potential destroyer of life, property, and resources.

Boreal Fire Effects on Subsistence Resources in Alaska and ...

Wildland fire in Alaska: a history of organized fire suppression and management in the last frontier. Bulletin No. 114. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station.

Boreal fire effects on subsistence resources in Alaska and ...

Fire is one of the primary ecological dis-turbances and determinants of landscape pattern in the northern boreal forest. We review responses of key boreal subsistence species to variation and change in post-fire stand age and other character-istics.

Fire behaviour Natural Resources Canada

Canadas main fire management tools Research into wildland fire as a physical, biological and socio-economic phenomenon continues to increase our understanding of its behaviour, costs and benefits, and of how it can best be managed.

Effects of stream-adjacent logging in fishless headwaters ...

Effects of stream-adjacent logging in fishless headwaters on downstream coastal cutthroat trout Douglas S. Bateman, a Matthew R. Sloat, a Robert E. Gresswell, b M. Berger, c David P. Hockman-Wert, d David W. Leer, a Arne E. Skaugset a

Causes, Effects and Solutions to Wildfires - Conserve ...

According to WeatherWizKids, A wildfire also known as a wildland fire, forest fire, vegetation fire, grass fire, peat fire, bushfire (in Australia), or hill fire is an uncontrolled fire often occurring in wildland areas, but which can also consume houses or agricultural resources. Wildfires often begin unnoticed, but they spread quickly igniting brush, trees and homes.

The effects of fire in black spruce ecosystems of Alaska ...

Description. Fire in the black spruce ecosystem of northern Canada and Alaska is characterized by large and frequent fires that usually kill the overstorey trees and most, if not all, of the vegetation aboveground.

AK Fire Info Alaska Wildland Fire Information

Fire behavior on the Taixtsalda Hill Fire (#357) was active on Wednesday, with several smoke columns visible from the Alaska Highway. The fire is now 21,985 acres in size, an increase of 1,485 acres. The fire, which started July 23, is burning in a remote area approximately 14 miles southwest of Northway and 38 miles southeast of []

Thuja plicata - US Forest Service

Ecological effects of fire and its management in Canada's national parks: a synthesis of the literature. Vol. 2: annotated bibliography. Ottawa, ON: Parks Canada, National Parks

Boreal Fire Effects on Subsistence Resources in Alaska and ...

Boreal Fire Effects on Subsistence Resources in Alaska and Adjacent Canada Joanna L. Nelson,1,* Erika S. Zavaleta,1 and F. Stuart Chapin III2 1Environmental Studies Department, University of California, 1156 High Street, Santa Cruz, California 95064, USA; 2Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks, Alaska 99775, USA

Lightning sparking more boreal forest fires Climate ...

A new NASA-funded study finds that lightning storms were the main driver of recent massive fire years in Alaska and northern Canada, and that these storms are likely to move farther north with climate warming, potentially altering northern landscapes.

Effects of fire in Alaska and adjacent Canada: a ...

To use fire as a tool to reach resource management objectives, managers need information on fire effects and the role of fire in northern environment. The authors searched and reviewed all the available literature on fire effects in Alaska and adjacent Canada, in both the

How climate change may be fueling Canadas fire season ...

Fire seasons in both Canada and Alaska have lengthened in recent years as blazes break out earlier and earlier and as temperatures continue to rise in the coming decades, these seasons may ...

Fires, floods and satellite views: Modeling the Boreal ...

A new NASA-funded study finds that lightning storms were the main driver of recent massive fire years in Alaska and northern Canada, and that these storms are likely to move farther north with ...

Morels, a Morsel After the Fire - University of Alaska ...

Morels: a morsel after the fire Burned area along the Taylor Highway, a potential morel-hunting spot. ... mushrooms in Alaska and western Canada. Wurtz is a USDA ... 2004 Interior fires were adjacent to the road system, which is advantageous for pickers and buyers both. Morels grow best

Boreal Fire Effects on Subsistence Resources in Alaska and ...

Summary Effects of Fire on Subsistence Resources in the North American Boreal Forest Annual harvest of moose and caribou by 24 rural communities in interior Alaska.

Environment Canada raises alarms on chromite mining ...

Environment Canada has raised a series of red flags regarding a massive chromite mining initiative in the Ring of Fire, located 500 kilometres north of Thunder Bay.

Effects of Fire in Alaska and Adjacent Canada - A ...

Effects of Fire in Alaska and Adjacent Canada - A Literature Review, by Leslie A. Viereck and Linda A. Schandelmeier