Tammy Viggato

Tammy Viggato joined AIR's Research and Modelling Department in 2013 and is currently working on the development of an updated wildfire spread algorithm to be implemented in the U.S. wildfire model. Tammy received her B.S. in Computer Science/Biology from Illinois Wesleyan University and her M.A. in Earth Sciences from Boston University. Prior to AIR, Tammy worked as an environmental scientist for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Alaska – Fairbanks Geophysical Institute.

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Following are some recent blogs:

How Modeled and Industry U.S. Wildfire Losses Differ

How Modeled and Industry U.S. Wildfire Losses Differ

August 8, 2019
How the Cedar Wildfire of 2003 Became One of California’s Most Destructive

How the Cedar Wildfire of 2003 Became One of California’s Most Destructive

October 25, 2018
Why Are the Latest California Wildfires So Severe?

Why Are the Latest California Wildfires So Severe?

October 26, 2017
Why Was Gatlinburg Destroyed?

Why Was Gatlinburg Destroyed?

December 8, 2016
Taming Wildfire Risk with Mitigation and Incentives

Taming Wildfire Risk with Mitigation and Incentives

January 21, 2016

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