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Field Trips and FireWorks

Field trip to the 2017 Rice Ridge Fire on the Lolo National Forest, Montana

Modified: Oct 18, 2018

CBS This Morning - Inside the Lab

CBS This Morning: Inside the lab studying the growing threat of fire tornadoes

CBS This Morning interviews Mark Finney, Jason Forthofer, and team.

Modified: Sep 24, 2018

Efforts To Reduce Wildfire Risk Fall Short, Buck Science

KUOW News features Mark Finney in "Efforts To Reduce Wildfire Risk Fall Short, Buck Science" posted July 23, 2018

Modified: Sep 05, 2018

Exploding targets ignite wildfire debate

Mark Finney is featured in KSL.com News "Exploding targets ignite wildfire debate" article by Mike Price, EastIdahoNews.com | Posted - Jul 29th, 2018

Modified: Sep 06, 2018

The Only Thing Fire Scientists Are Sure of: This Will Get Worse

Mark Finney is featured in WIRED's "The Only Thing Fire Scientists Are Sure of: This Will Get Worse" article by Adam Rogers, Aug 1, 2018.

Modified: Sep 05, 2018

Wildfires are getting worse and more costly

U.S. News features Matt Jolly in "Wildfires Are Getting Worse, And More Costly, Every Year" article.

Modified: Sep 05, 2018

Fire Sciences Lab provides data on wildfire front

NBC Montana features Matt Jolly in "USFS Fire Sciences Lab provides data on wildfire front" article

Modified: Sep 05, 2018

Where There's Smoke

Planet Jackson Hole News features Matt Jolly in "Where There's Smoke", By Robert Galbreath on July 25, 2018.

Modified: Sep 05, 2018

NY Times interviews Mark Finney

Jim Robbins with the New York Times interviews Mark Finney for the "Fierce and Unpredictable: How Wildfires Became Infernos" article.

Modified: Aug 15, 2018

Immersion Therapy for Journalists

The Missoula Fire Sciences Laboratory hosted a group of journalists from the Institute for Journalism and Natural Resources (IJNR).

Modified: Aug 15, 2018

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