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Fire Effects

  • FFE-FVS (Forest Vegetation Simulator)
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    • (FVS) is a forest growth model that is widely used by forest managers and the research community to provide predictions of how the primary vegetation in forests will change over time (Crookston and Dixon 2005).
  • Fire Effects Information System
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    • provides syntheses of scientific information about 1) fire effects on plants and animals in the United States 2) historical and current fire regimes of plant communities in the United States.
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    • FIRESEV (FIRE SEVerity Mapping Tools) is a comprehensive set of tools and protocols to deliver, create, and evaluate fire severity maps for all phases of fire management.
  • FireStem
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    • FireStem was designed to simulate energy transport from a fire to the plant stem and through the stem. Based on temperature magnitude and time it predicts cambial cell mortality.
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    • First Order Fire Effects Model (FOFEM) is a computer program for predicting tree mortality, fuel consumption, smoke production, and soil heating caused by prescribed fire or wildfire.
  • FuelCalc
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    • This study will develop, evaluate, and compare methods or approaches to measure crown fuels and incorporate the crown fuel information into landscape-scale land use and planning processes.
Modified: Feb 26, 2015