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 FLN Networker No. 344


Issue #344 (4 January 2023) of the FLN Networker and its attachments. This issue includes news from California, Oregon, Spain and 2022 TREX. Also included are  input requests from the Wildland Fire Mitigation and Management Commission and a global survay of landscape fire use, and links to an article comparing statistically downscaled climate change data sets (for CONUS); a resource catalog for safety training; a FAC Net blog post on updating CWPPs; a Fire Adapted NM newsletter highlighting winter projects for community members; an article descibing U.S. population shifts toward wildfire-prone places; a couple of articles on prescribed fire vs. wildfire smoke; an article on tree mortality following thinning and burning; and an article on the effects of drought and density on tree mortality. As always, listings are included for jobs, webinars, Prescribed Fire Training Exchanges, and workshop and training opportunities.
Attached are a flyer with information about an international survey of landscape fire use and a job posting from the University of Montana. 

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