Fire and Threatened or Endangered Species

Fire and Threatened or Endangered Species

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Wildfires threaten and kill people, destroy urban and rural property, degrade air quality, ravage forest ecosystems, and contribute to global warming. Wildfire management decision support models are thus important for avoiding or mitigating the effects of...
Person: Bot, Borges
Year: 2022
Type: Document

Wildfires burn annually across the United States (US), which threaten those in close proximity to them. Due to drastic alterations of soil properties and to the land surfaces by these fires, risks of flash floods, debris flows, and severe erosion...
Person: Duarte, González, Gourley
Year: 2022
Type: Document

Wildland firefighters continue to die in the line of duty. Flammable landscapes intersect with bold but good-intentioned doers and trigger entrapment-a situation where personnel is unexpectedly caught in fire behaviour-related, life-threatening positions...
Person: Gibos, Fitzpatrick, Elliott
Year: 2022
Type: Document

Large wildfires of increasing frequency and severity threaten local populations and natural resources while contributing carbon emissions into the earth-climate system. Although wildfires have been researched and modeled for decades, no verifiable...
Person: Gollner
Year: 2022
Type: Media

Recent wildfire outbreaks around the world have prompted concern that climate change is increasing fire incidence, threatening human livelihood and biodiversity, and perpetuating climate change. Here we review current understanding of the impacts of...
Person: Jones, Abatzoglou, Veraverbeke, Andela, Lasslop, Forkel, Smith, Burton, Betts, Van der Werf
Year: 2022
Type: Document

The increased variety and availability of remotely sensed data from satellite and airborne platforms are expected to enhance data fusion approaches aimed at characterizing wildlife habitat. We investigated multisensor machine learning (ML) models to...
Person: Sesnie, Johnson, Yurcich, Sisk, Goodwin, Chester
Year: 2022
Type: Document

The rise of global temperatures, over the past few decades, has disrupted the usual balance of nature. As a result of increasing temperatures, wildfires have destroyed millions of acres of land, thousands of structures, and homes. The pollution and toxic...
Person: Sethuraman, Tadkapally, Mohanty, Subramanian
Year: 2022
Type: Document

AimsReconnaissance surveys followed by monitoring are needed to assess the impact and response of biodiversity to wildfire. However, post-wildfire survey and monitoring design are challenging due to the infrequency and unpredictability of wildfire, an...
Person: Southwell, Legge, Woinarski, Lindenmayer, Lavery, Wintle
Year: 2022
Type: Document

Invasions of native plant communities by non-native species present major challenges for ecosystem management and conservation. Invasive annual grasses such as cheatgrass, medusahead, and ventenata are pervasive and continue to expand their distributions...
Person: Tarbox, Van Schmidt, Shyvers, Saher, Heinrichs, Aldridge
Year: 2022
Type: Document

Recent fire seasons brought a new fire reality to the western US, and motivated federal agencies to explore scenarios for augmenting current fuel management and forest restoration in areas where fires might threaten critical resources and developed areas...
Person: Ager, Evers, Day, Alcasena, Houtman
Year: 2021
Type: Document