Implementation of mid-scale fire regime condition class mapping

@inproceedings{Provencher2008ImplementationOM,
  title={Implementation of mid-scale fire regime condition class mapping},
  author={Louis Provencher and Jacquelyn C. Campbell and Jan Nachlinger},
  year={2008}
}
We used mid-scale Fire Regime Condition Class (FRCC) mapping to provide Hawthorne Army Depot in the Mount Grant area of Nevada, USA, with data layers to plan fuels restoration projects to meet resource management goals. FRCC mapping computes an index of the departure of existing conditions from the natural range of variability, and consists of five primary steps: (1) mapping the Potential Natural Vegetation Types (PNVT) based on interpretation of a soil survey; (2) refining PNVTs based on… CONTINUE READING

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