Dr. Brandon M. Collins joins the podcast today to discuss fire dynamics and forest management. As an adjunct professor at UC Berkeley and the lead scientist at Berkeley Forests, Dr. Collins spends his time researching how fire influences forest ecosystems – and how management in these ecosystems influences fire and forest health.
Wildfires have been an ongoing problem that seems to be getting worse. Dr. Collins is not interested in eliminating these fires altogether, instead, he is dedicated to finding ways for forests to better tolerate them…
Intelligent Threads, the most advanced wearable technology on the market. This revolutionary product releases the engaged muscles holding your body out of structural balance. The results are legendary, improving posture, sleep, and relaxation while decreasing pain. It produces results within seconds of wear. Tested over the past 7 years for maximum effectiveness in quality of life improvements. Think about an 80% better REM and Deep Sleep per night. Try a patch, last for 7 days, and see for yourself. Visit intelligentthreads.com
. For more discussions on Intelligent Threads please listen to the podcast “ It’s a Body Structure Thing” on Spotify
In this episode, we cover:
- What drove Brandon to pursue this particular career path.
- The typical duties of those on the frontlines of forest management.
- Why forests actually depend on fire.
- Why it is necessary to keep tree density in check.
You can find out more about Dr. Collins by clicking here now!
Episode also available on Apple Podcast: http://apple.co/30PvU9C
Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed