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  • Modeling the Potential for Fire Ignition and Large Fire Occurrence in Santa Barbara County, California
    We used historical fire occurrence data to evaluate the relative probability of wildfire ignition and occurrence of large fires across Santa Barbara county, California, under both historical and projected future conditions. The resulting probability layers are intended to support a Regional Priority Plan to reduce wildfire risk and improve forest and habitat health. We statistically compared locations of fire ignitions ...
  • Paradise Nature-Based Fire Resilience Project
    As the Sierra Nevada foothill communities of Paradise, Magalia, and Concow-Yankee Hill rebuild after the devastating Camp Fire of 2018, the community has an opportunity to incorporate strategies to increase its resilience to fire and climate change, enhance the safety and well-being of its residents, and successfully steward the surrounding natural areas that make it a beautiful place to live ...
  • Management Strategic Plan Framework Rare Plant Management Plan
    The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) and AECOM Technical Services, Inc. (AECOM) worked with the San Diego Management and Monitoring Program (SDMMP) and other regional partners to prepare a Framework Rare Plant Management Plan (F-RPMP) for Management Strategic Plan (MSP) rare plants in the Management Strategic Planning Area (MSPA) in San Diego County, California.  MSP rare plants are covered species ...
  • Management Strategic Plan Seed Collection, Banking, and Bulking Plan
    The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) and AECOM Technical Services, Inc. (AECOM) worked with the San Diego Management and Monitoring Program (SDMMP) and other regional partners to prepare a Management Strategic Plan (MSP) Seed Collection, Banking, and Bulking Plan (SCBBP) for MSP rare plants in the Management Strategic Planning Area in San Diego County, California.  MSP rare plants are covered ...
  • Modeling the Potential for Large High-Severity Fires in the Klamath Basin Region of California and Oregon and Their Potential Impacts on Marten and Fisher
    The objective of this project was to use relatively recent fire severity data to create scientifically defensible maps of areas that may be at risk of high-severity fires in the Klamath region of northern California and southern Oregon over the next decade or so based on vegetation, terrain, and climate variables. As a first attempt of this nature for the ...
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