5th Symposium on Fire and Forest Meteorology and the 2nd International Wildland Fire Ecology and Fire Management Congress

Joint Session 1G: GIS/Remote Sensing: Part 1 (TRACK VII)

Monday, 17 November 2003: 11:00 AM-5:30 PM
Chairs:  Skip Edel, Colorado State Forest Service and Dorothy Albright, USDA Foreest Service
  11:00 AM
Using NDVI to determine green-up date for the National Fire Danger Rating System
Paul M. Schlobohm, Bureau of Land Management, Boise, ID; and B. L. Hall and T. J. Brown

  11:30 AM
  12:00 PM
Phoenix—the new Forest Service airborne infrared fire detection and mapping system
Paul H. Greenfield, USDA Forest Service, Washington, DC; and W. Smith and D. C. Chamberlain


Poster PDF (380.5 kB)
  12:30 PM
Operational Detection of Fires in Brazil with EOS, GOES and NOAA Satellites
Alberto W. Setzer, Center for Weather Forecast and Climatic Studies, S.J.Campos, SP, Brazil

  1:00 PM
Measurement of the time-temperature and emissivity history of the burn scar for remote sensing applications
Robert Kremens, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY; and J. Faulring and C. C. Hardy

  1:30 PM
Monitoring wildland fire activity on a national-scale with MODIS imagery
Brad Quayle, USDA Forest Service, Salt Lake City, UT; and K. Lannom, M. Finco, J. Norton, and R. Warnick


Poster PDF (1.7 MB)
  2:00 PM
Wildfire Risk Data Collection Using Handheld GPS and GIS
Andrew W. Martin, South Alabama Regional Planning Commission, Mobile, AL

  2:30 PM
Facts and History of NWCG’s Geospatial Task Group
Susan Goodman, Bureau of Land Management, Denver, CO

  3:00 PM
ICS Fire Mapping Tools—A New Standard in Fire Mapping
John Varner, USDA Forest Service , Rocky Mountain Region, Encampment, WY

  3:30 PM
Lunch Break

  5:00 PM
Coffee Break