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Data to Decisions: Putting NOAA Data to Work 
Virtual workshop  August 17-21, 2020

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Casey Teske

Fire Management Analyst
Boise ID
I am currently a Fire Management Analyst for the Fire Branch of the US FWS. I have also worked as the Grand Canyon NP Fire Ecologist, and the Spatial Fire Ecologist at Tall Timbers, as well as ~13 years as a Fire Scientist at the University of Montana FireCenter. I have always wanted to be the bridge between fire practitioners and fire researchers, and have been able to make that happen with my 20+ years of experience and expertise. I use my analyst role to make the connections between applied fire management and current science, and to discuss Fire Behavior, Ecology and Management principles with a wide variety of audiences.

I am actively engaged in wildfire and ecology decision making and research, public education and outreach, and operational fire decision making duties during both prescribed fires and wildfires; I also am involved in the data management and analysis side of things at a national level for the USFWS. I have served as the research liaison between the fire researchers and fire managers in fire-ecology-based and fire-behavior-based research efforts.

My goals in the Fire Management Analyst position are to: 1) use data to enhance public understanding of wildfire as a process and fire's role on the landscape; 2) to engage and encourage scientific inquiry on active fires; and 3) to promote ecological understanding through the use of current technologies including remote sensing and GIS. I am an advocate for women in the workforce, technological development, and wildland fire science endeavors. I am interested in pursuing international opportunities, assisting with implementation of technologies to realize efficiencies (especially AI/ML/DSS as it relates to operations), and fuels/fire planning and fire behavior forecasting using current technologies.

Please reach out if you think I can be of service -- I would love to hear from you.
Monday, August 17

3:00pm EDT

4:45pm EDT

Tuesday, August 18

11:30am EDT

3:30pm EDT

Wednesday, August 19

11:30am EDT

1:15pm EDT

3:30pm EDT

Thursday, August 20

11:30am EDT

3:30pm EDT

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