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Project ID: 03-S-01

Year: 2003

Date Started: 07/29/2003

Date Completed: 03/22/2007

Title: Demonstration and Integration of Systems for Fire Remote Sensing, Ground Based Fire Measurement, and Fire Modeling

Project Proposal Abstract: The goals of this proposal are to extend an existing JFSP Rapid Response Study (JFSP# 03-S-al) for an additional twelve-month period. Additional funding requested will provide the opportunity for two additional full deployments of the Rapid Response Team, including the airborne thermal system with improvements. The surface wind modeling study of Finney and others will be more completely integrated into the rapid response effort (Modeling surface winds in complex terrain for wildlandfire incident support). The additional deployments will fully support the study of Morgan and others (Assessing the causes, consequences and spatial variability of burn severity: a rapid response proposal). The significant progress gained so far in developing an integrated Geodatabase will be fully realized into an operational model for use by Project principals and fur demonstration to the fire research community.

Principal Investigator: Colin C. Hardy

Agency/Organization: Forest Service

Branch or Dept: RMRS-Fire, Fuel & Smoke Science Program


Other Project Collaborators

Type

Name

Agency/Organization

Branch or Dept

Co-Principal Investigator

Philip J. Riggan

Forest Service

PSW-Forest Fire Lab-Riverside

Federal Cooperator

Colin C. Hardy

Forest Service

RMRS-Fire, Fuel & Smoke Science Program


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Project Deliverables

Final Report view or print

("Results presented in JFSP Final Reports may not have been peer-reviewed and should be interpreted as tentative until published in a peer-reviewed source.")

  ID Type Title
    1154 Government Publication Measurement of the Time-Temperature and Emissivity History of the Burn Scar for Remote Sensing Applications
    206 MS Thesis Geodatabase Use in Fire Sciences Research: The Development Lifecycle (L. Macholz)
    3175 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Strategic Fire Mapping with the FireMapper Thermal Imaging Radiometer
    3176 Invited Paper/Presentation Coupling in Situ Site Energy Flux Measurements of Wildland Fires with Oblique Thermal IR Imagery
    3177 Invited Paper/Presentation A Multiscaled Fire Remote Sensing Project: Overview of a Six-Component Field Campaign
    3178 Invited Paper/Presentation Geodatabase Use in Fire Sciences Research
    3179 Invited Paper/Presentation Geodatabase Use in Fire Sciences Research
    3180 Invited Paper/Presentation Applications of FireMapper Thermal Imaging Radiometer
  go to website 3181 Website  
    3186 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Determining the Granularity and Randomness of Burned Areas From Prescribed and Natural Fires
    3406 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire Temperature Retrieval Using Constrained Spectral Unmixing and Emissivity Estimation
    3407 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Mapping Heat Production from Wildland Fires Using Time-Sequenced Airborne Imaging
    3408 Invited Paper/Presentation The Rapid Response Team--Demonstration and Integration of Systems for Fire Remote Sensing, Ground-Based Fire Measurements, and Fire Modeling
    3409 Invited Paper/Presentation Wildland Fire Dynamics: Techniques for Measuring Thermal Energy Release for Fire Behavior and Fire Effects
    3410 Invited Paper/Presentation Airborne Measurement of the 2003 Wildland Fires in Southern California
    3411 Training Session Airborne Fire Imaging with the FireMapper
    3412 Computer Model/Software/Algorithm  
    3453 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Ground-Based Thermal Observations of the Black Mountain 2 Fire in West-Central Montana
    3454 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Demonstration and Integration of Systems for Fire Remote Sensing, Ground-Based Fire Measurements, and Fire Modeling
    3455 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Demonstration and Integration of Systems for Fire Remote Sensing, Ground-Based Fire Measurements, and Fire Modeling
    3456 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Collection of High Fidelity Weather and Thermal Flux Data from Wildland Fires
    3122 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Fire Track--Special Session on a Multiscaled Fire Remote Sensing Project
    2865 Poster Rapid Response Geodatabase
    2866 Training Session Airborne Fire Imaging with the FireMapper
    3174 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Overhead Imagery as a Measure of Fire Severity in Eastern Oak Forests
    2906 Training Session Airborne Fire Imaging with the FireMapper
    2907 Training Session Analysis of FireMapper Imagery
    2908 Computer Model/Software/Algorithm  
  go to website 2909 Website  
  go to website 2910 Website  
    2913 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Geodatabase Use in Fire Sciences Research: Sharing Data via the Web
    2914 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Rapid Response Geodatabase Data
    7267 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Accurately Mapping Unburned Areas Using Time-Sequenced Airborne Imaging
    7268 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Demonstration and Integration of Systems for Fire Remote Sensing, Ground-Based Fire Measurements, and Fire Modeling
    7269 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Geodatabase Use in Fire Sciences Research: The Development Lifecycle
    7216 Conference/Symposia/Workshop Aerial IR and Ground-Level Observations of a Prescribed Burn for the Validation of Fire Spread Models
    7231 Training Session Airborne Fire Imaging with the FireMapper

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