Location Analytics for Transitioning to Fire Resilient Landscapes

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2022-01-04
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Murray, Alan
Church, Richard
Pludow, Amelia
Stine, Peter
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Wildfire risk is significant for forest and vegetative landscapes, particularly in regions where climate change is resulting in prolonged droughts and extended fire seasons that are a fire risk to people and property. An important component of mitigation is restoration programs that transition landscapes to be more fire resilient. A collaborative partnership between the US Forest Service and university researchers is reported that takes advantage of location intelligence. This paper reviews this general planning problem and details location analytic based approaches for informing mitigation efforts. Application of results highlight the ability to optimize goals and objectives while maintaining project area needs and treatment thresholds.
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Location Intelligence Research in System Sciences, location analytics, spatial optimization, wildfire
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9 pages
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Proceedings of the 55th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences
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