Post-Fire BAER Revegetation Monitoring, 2014 through 2016 – Emily Orling assisted federal botanists in monitoring a Burned Area Emergency Rehabilitation seeding effort designed to restore roadsides severely burned in the 2014 Carlton Complex Fire – at the time, the largest wildfire in Washington State history.  In 2014, Emily assisted in developing the study’s monitoring plan, wrote the protocol for plot installation and restoration seeding, supervised crews installing monitoring plots, and managed year one data collection and data entry/QC.  Emily also supervised data collection and entry/QC in years 2 and 3 of the project (2015-2016), and assisted in producing interim reporting documents.  These documents were instrumental in aiding the agency’s decision to award funding for subsequent annual monitoring of this restoration effort.  In addition to these reporting documents, Emily produced a summary of procedures for plot installation, and protocol and procedures documenting monitoring data collection.