The LANDFIRE Web–Hosted Applications Map WHAM! is an online, interactive map that calls up many of the applications, their locations, and the partners we work with. It’s easy as point–and–click!
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The Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Crucial Habitat Assessment Tool (CHAT) was developed to bring greater certainty and predictability to planning efforts by establishing a common starting point for discussing the intersection of development and wildlife.
InciWeb is an interagency all-risk incident information management system.
The Oregon Wildfire Risk Explorer is designed to increase wildfire awareness, give a comprehensive view of wildfire risk and local fire history, and educate users about wildfire prevention and mitigation resources.
CCAST is an online library of conservation case studies.
The dataset provides an estimate of 2018 herbaceous annual percent cover predicted on May 1st with an emphasis on annual grasses.
The ERA Tool is a map-based, searchable application to select native plants for restoration and pollinator habitat enhancement by US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Level III Ecoregions.
BlueSky is a modeling framework. BlueSky modularly links a variety of independent models of fire information, fuel loading, fire consumption, fire emissions, and smoke dispersion.
This mobile-friendly, current, and interactive map combines data from the National Digital Forecast Database and RAWS surface weather observations.
Oregon State University's Citizen Fire Academy (CFA) program equips participants with the knowledge they need to improve fire preparedness and resiliency on their own properties and in their communities.
Learn more from the overview webinar.
Access training modules.
This learning series responds to Section 7.b.iii, Action Item #5 within the Fuels section of the 2015 Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy, which calls for a comprehensive knowledge transfer program to enhance the fuels management program’s role in sagebrush-steppe management. The Strategy is intended to improve the efficiency and efficacy of actions to address rangeland fire, to better prevent and suppress rangeland fire, and improve efforts to restore fire-impacted landscapes.
The learning modules synthesize the state of the science for six management topics:
The After Fire Toolkit and Information website is where managers, landowners, or communities can find guidance for assessing and preventing potential damage due to post-fire flooding and related events. Browse this site to find information on the research, methods, and tools available for measuring and reducing risks associated with post-fire flooding, debris flows and sedimentation.
The Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire (CPAW) program provides communities with expertise in land use planning, forestry, risk assessment, and research to identify and reduce local wildfire risks and costs. Learn even more background and access other tools at Headwaters Economics.
The purpose of the Data Product Review website is to provide a place where people can work through a review process of various LANDFIRE data products and a method for submitting feedback and suggestions on a number of LANDFIRE data products in a guidebook structure.
The Sage Grouse Initiative developed an Interactive Web Application to catalyze and improve habitat conservation efforts across the western United States. The interactive mapping tool is free and available to the public. It helps visualize, distribute, and combine information about the sagebrush-steppe ecosystem.
LANDFIRE is an interagency vegetation, fire, and fuel characteristics mapping program. Download and view geospatial layers and other data products that depict the nation's major ecosystems, wildlife habitat, vegetation or canopy characteristics, landscape features, and wildland fire behavior, effects, and regimes.
FEIS provides syntheses of information about fire effects on plants, lichens, and animals. This database was developed at the United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire Sciences Laboratory, Missoula, Montana. It is now spatially searchable.
View an interactive map of US wildfire locations, perimeters, fire potential areas, global burn areas, wind conditions, and precipitation via streaming data from NIFC, GeoMAC, NHSS, MODIS, METAR/TAF, and the USDA Forest Service, Fire Modeling Institute.
Develop a climate change interpretation program with the help of these online self-study modules from the National Parks Service.
The Bromus database contains information about Bromus species, both invasive and non-invasive, from all parts of the globe. It provides information about range and distribution, habitat, plant traits, environmental interactions, invasions and invasiveness, human uses, and management.
IFTDSS is a web-based software and data integration framework that organizes previously existing and newly developed fire and fuels software applications to make fuels treatment planning and analysis more efficient and effective. You must create an account to begin using this tool.
Need WEATHER AND CLIMATE conditions in the Great Basin? The Dashboard is a joint effort from the Western Regional Climate Center, California and Nevada Applications Program, the Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative, and USDA Farm Service Agency.
Links to models and tools from the webinar: Using climate information for risk mitigation and objective achievement in managed fire.
This regional Fire Exchange is one of 15 regional fire science exchanges sponsored by Joint Fire Science Program (JFSP).