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High soil temperature data archive

Projects Posted on: June 07, 2018
High Soil Temperature Data Archive - From Prescribed Fires and Wildfires across the Western US.

The aquatic eDNAtlas project

Projects Posted on: February 08, 2018
The website provides: 1) A large list of supporting science behind eDNA sampling. 2) The recommended field protocol for eDNA sampling and the equipment loan program administered by the NGC. 3) A systematically-spaced sampling grid for all flowing waters of the U.S. in a downloadable format that includes unique database identifiers and geographic coordinates for all sampling sites. Available for download in an Geodatabase or available by ArcGIS Online map. This sampling grid can be used to determine your field collection sites to contribute. 4) The lab results of eDNA sampling at those sites where project partners have agreed to share data.

Rapid-response tools and datasets for post-fire remediation: Linking remote sensing and process-based hydrological models

Publications Posted on: January 06, 2017
Post-wildfire flooding and erosion can threaten lives, property and natural resources. Increased peak flows and sediment delivery due to the loss of surface vegetation cover and fire-induced changes in soil properties are of great concern to public safety. Burn severity maps derived from remote sensing data reflect fire-induced changes in vegetative cover and soil properties.

Planning it forward: Building erosion prediction databases to support rapid assessment of post-fire erosion risks

Science Spotlights Posted on: August 17, 2016
The Rocky Mountain Research Station (RMRS), in collaboration with Michigan Technological Research Institute (MTRI), received a grant from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) to develop an online database that would quickly combine the information provided by satellite images that showed the distribution of fire severity with USGS and NRCS databases and deliver that information in a format that was readily accessible by the Water Erosion Prediction Project Geospatial Interface (GeoWEPP).

An Intelligent Information System for forest management: NED/FVS integration

Publications Posted on: May 12, 2016
An Intelligent Information System (IIS) is viewed as composed of a unified knowledge base, database, and model base. This allows an IIS to provide responses to user queries regardless of whether the query process involves a data retrieval, an inference, a computational method, a problem solving module, or some combination of these. NED-2 is a full-featured intelligent information system for the sustainable management of forestlands.

A Look at Life in the Wildland Urban Interface

Lab Notes Posted on: December 09, 2015
A Look at Life in the Wildland Urban Interface Posted by Jennifer Hayes, US Forest Service, on October 27, 2015 http://blogs.usda.gov/2015/10/27/a-look-at-life-in-the-wildland-urban-interface/

Cold Water Can be Used as a Climate Shield to Protect Native Aquatic Species

Lab Notes Posted on: December 09, 2015
Cold Water Can be Used as a Climate Shield to Protect Native Aquatic Species Posted by Dan Isaak and Jennifer Hayes, U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, on March 4, 2015

Database for landscape-scale carbon monitoring sites

Publications Posted on: November 18, 2013
This report describes the database used to compile, store, and manage intensive ground-based biometric data collected at research sites in Colorado, Minnesota, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, and Wyoming, supporting research activities of the U.S. North American Carbon Program (NACP).

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