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OFCM

Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology

 

wildland fire user needs and capabilities

fire community needs and capabilities

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National Wildland Fire Weather: A Summary of User Needs and Issues (FCM-R33-2007)

In July 2007, the Office of the Federal Coordinator for Meteorology (OFCM) released the report, National Wildland Fire Weather: A Summary of User Needs and Issues (FCM-R33-2007). This report summarizes results from the wildland fire weather needs assessment conducted during 2006–2007 by the Joint Action Group (JAG) for National Wildland Fire Weather Needs Assessment (JAG/NWFWNA). To conduct the needs assessment, the JAG/NWFWNA gathered input from 745 Federal, state, tribal, and local fire weather users covering the full range of stakeholders in the national wildland fire weather community.

Wildland Fire Weather: Multi-Agency Portfolio of Current and In-development Capabilities to Support User Needs

In 2010, the OFCM staff, with substantial aid from members of the original JAG/NWFWNA and others in the wildland fire management community, has assembled a snapshot of then-current and developing capabilities relevant to the Functional Areas discussed in the 2007 report, and identified user needs.