The 2010 Assessment: People and Contacts

The Assessment effort is organized into teams of specialists, with one team for each Assessment subtheme. The effort is managed by a FRAP Executive Committee with teams also developed for outreach, publication, GIS analysis, data management and web support. Each FRAP subtheme team is preparing detailed scoping documents, including topical outlines, data sources (existing and needed), modeling frameworks and work plans.

Outreach will be both general and specific. Initial outreach will be to share the overall approach of the Redesign document (Final Guidance) with various agencies and stakeholders for their input. We are working in conjunction with other parts of CAL FIRE, USDA Forest Service Region 5, the California Department of Fish and Game and other stakeholders.

FRAP staff are available to answer questions about the Assessment and be part of the process.

  • Rich Walker
    2010 Assessment Lead
    Research Program Specialist (Remote Sensing / Watersheds)
    1.1 Population Growth and Development Impacts

  • Chris Keithley
    Research Program Specialist (GIS / Watershed Modeling)
    3.1 Water Quality and Quantity Protection and Enhancement
    3.7 Climate Change: Threats and Opportunities

  • Mary Klaas Schultz
    Research Program Specialist (Urban Forestry Economics)
    3.2 Urban Forestry for Energy Conservation and Air Quality

  • Robin Marose
    Research Program Specialist III (GIS)
    3.6 Green Infrastructure for Connecting People to the Natural Environment
    3.4 Emerging Markets for Forest and Rangeland Products and Services

  • David Passovoy
    Environmental Scientist (Fire and Biodiversity)
    3.5 Plant, Wildlife and Fish Habitat Protection, Conservation and Enhancement

  • Mark Rosenberg
    Research Program Specialist (Remote Sensing/Vegetation/Fire)
    1.2 Sustainable Working Forests and Rangelands
    2.2 Insect, Disease and Other Threats to Ecosystem Health and Community Safety

  • Dave Sapsis
    Research Program Specialist (Fire Modeling and Behavior)
    2.1 Wildfire Threat to Ecosystem Health and Community Safety

  • Jim Spero
    Research Program Specialist (Fire Economics)
    3.3 Planning for and Reducing Wildfire Risks

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