Part 2 of this webinar series will feature three researchers in a combined presentation, panel and small breakout group interactive format.
During registration, you will have the opportunity to choose your top two breakouts. We will pre-assign you to a room ahead of the webinar. These small group breakouts will be an opportunity to connect with researchers and other practitioners about the research topic in your group.
Presenters (note these will also be your choices for small group breakout sessions):
Karin Riley - Recent work includes Evaluating Rural Pacific Northwest Towns for Wildfire Evacuation Vulnerability (https://bit.ly/EvacPNWspatial).
Shefali Lakhina - Recent work includes Wildfire Preparedness and Evacuation Planning in a Pandemic (https://bit.ly/EvacConverge)
Amanda Staciewicz/Travis Paveglio - Recent work includes Preparing for Wildfire Evacuation and Alternatives: Exploring Influences on Residents’ Intended Evacuation Behaviors and Mitigations (https://bit.ly/EvacStasiewicz)
Audience: This webinar is geared towards wildfire adaptation practitioners who are implementing community evacuation preparedness and planning programs. It will not be covering information on individual homeowner evacuation preparedness.
*Live auto closed captioning will be available in the main Zoom room. Please let us know if you require closed captioning in your breakout during registration.