Using simulation to map fire regimes: an evaluation of approaches, strategies, and limitations
Spatial depictions of fire regimes are indispensable to fire management because they portray important characteristics of wildland fire, such as severity, intensity, and pattern, across a landscape that serves as important reference for future treatment activities. However, spatially explicit fire regime maps are difficult and costly to create requiring extensive expertise in fire history sampling, multivariate statistics, remotely sensed image classification, fire behaviour and effects, fuel...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||International Journal of Wildland Fire|
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