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Special issue: Remote sensing applications for investigations of fire regime attributesAuthor(s): Andrew T. Hudak; Andrea E. Thode; Jan W. van Wagtendonk
Source: Fire Ecology. 3(1): 1-2.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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DescriptionFire is a primary change agent in many terrestrial ecosystems. Appreciation is growing for the essential role fire plays in fire-adapted ecosystems. Nevertheless, humans living in the wildland urban interface (WUI) understandably regard fires as a threat to their safety, their property, or the natural resources and ecosystem services upon which they depend. As land development has expanded into the WUI, so has the demand for better spatial information regarding fire danger and fire effects, both short- and long-term.
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CitationHudak, Andrew T.; Thode, Andrea E.; van Wagtendonk, Jan W. 2007. Special issue: Remote sensing applications for investigations of fire regime attributes. Fire Ecology. 3(1): 1-2.
Keywordsremote sensing applications, fire regime attributes, wildland urban interface (WUI)
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