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  • The Sonoma County Wildfire Resilience Decision Support Framework
    The Sonoma County Wildfire Resilience Decision Support Framework Efforts are underway in Sonoma County to provide critical information at multiple scales to facilitate strategic, ecologically-sensitive fuel management across the region. The Sonoma County Wildfire Resilience Decision Support Framework is part of a county-wide coordinated initiative to prioritize actions and investments by ...
  • Sierra Nevada Forest Resilience Decision-Support System
    CBI will develop and apply a forest management decision-support system (DSS) for forest resilience planning in the southern Sierra Nevada that integrates the latest science on how vegetation, terrain, climate, and weather interact to influence fire risks and forest resilience. The interdisciplinary team led by CBI includes ecological modelers, forest ...
  • Forest Resilience Models for Planning Management Actions in Sequoia-Kings Canyon NP and Sequoia NF
    The need to plan strategic, effective forest management is urgent in the Southern Sierra Nevada, where forests have been ravaged by drought, fire, and catastrophic tree mortality. Multiple, sometimes conflicting, management objectives must be balanced, and multiple agencies need help coordinating their forest restoration actions. To date, many management decisions ...
  • Sensor Technology for Improved Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Fire Resilience
    CBI is working in collaboration with Oregon State University, the University of Minnesota, and the University of Colorado Boulder on a project designed to help improve our understanding of post-fire community resilience. Central to the project will be the development of a RFID sensor network which will help support post-fire ...
  • Micronesia Challenge 2030
    In 2006, the Micronesia Challenge began as a commitment by the Republic of Palau, Guam, the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, the Federated State of Micronesia, and the Republic of the Marshall Islands to preserve the marine and terrestrial resources crucial to the survival of the Pacific traditions, cultures ...
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