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FireFamilyPlus is a software system used to summarize and analyze historical daily fire weather observations and to compute fire danger indices on the basis of the National Fire Danger Rating System (NFDRS) or the Canadian Fire Danger Rating System (CAN). Fire occurrence data can also be analyzed and cross-referenced with weather data to help determine critical levels for staffing and to establish fire danger for an area.
WindNinja is a computer program that computes spatially varying wind fields for wildland fire and other applications requiring high resolution wind prediction in complex terrain.
FIREMON: Fire Effects Monitoring and Inventory System is an agency independent plot level sampling system designed to characterize changes in ecosystem attributes over time.
FireStem is a computer model designed to aid fire managers in predicting tree mortality based on fire behavior and intensity.
Aquarius is a state-of-the-art computer model devoted to the temporal and spatial allocation of water among competing uses in a river basin. The model is driven by an economic efficiency operational criterion requiring the reallocation of stream flows until the net marginal return in all water uses is equal. This occurs by systematically examining, using a nonlinear optimization technique, the feasibility of reallocating unused or marginally...
RMRATE is a computer program for analyzing rating judgments. The program should be useful to practitioners needing to summarize or analyze rating data, and to researchers interested in comparing and evaluating alternative scaling methods.
The method of paired comparison was introduced nearly 150 years ago and is perhaps the most straightforward way of presenting items for comparative judgment. PAIRCOMP administers the paired comparison experiment that presents the pairs of items on the monitor in a unique random order to control for order effects.
As a companion to A Primer on Nonmarket Valuation edited by P.A. Champ, K.J. Boyle, and T.C. Brown (Kluwer Academic Publishers) we developed this website to provide datasets corresponding to each of the nonmarket valuation techniques described in the Primer. We've also included the surveys used to collect the data, the codebooks (explanation of how the data are coded), and links to the publications based on the data. This website should aid...
WEPP:Road predicts the annual average erosion from insloped or outsloped forest roads and predicts the amount of sediment that will leave the buffer.
Disturbed WEPP is a web application which allows users easily to describe numerous disturbed forest and rangeland erosion conditions. The interface presents the probability of a given level of erosion occurring the year following a disturbance. Version 2.0 needs no vegetation calibration.

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