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

Joint Session 7G: Wildfire Burn Severity Mapping (Special Session) (TRACK VII)

Tuesday, 18 November 2003: 1:30 PM-5:30 PM
Chair:  Randy A. McKinley, USGS and SAIC
  1:30 PM
Supporting the Mapping Needs of Burned Area Emergency Response Teams with Satellite Imagery
Randy A. McKinley, USGS and SAIC, Sioux Falls, SD; and K. Lannom and A. Parsons

  2:00 PM
Evaluating Fire Impacts with Landsat Data: A Comparison of Two Methodologies
Stephen M. Howard, SAIC and USGS, Sioux Falls, SD; and A. Orlemann and C. H. Key

  2:30 PM
Data acquisition timing for burned area remote sensing and relationships to measures of burn severity
Carl H. Key, USGS, West Glacier, MT; and N. Benson, D. Ohlen, S. Howard, and Z. Zhu

  3:00 PM
Using the Composite Burn Index to field validation meso-scale burn severity assessment
Nathan C. Benson, National Park Service, Homestead, FL; and C. Key

Assessment of burn severity in northern Arizona using Landsat ETM+ imagery and ground data

  4:00 PM
Assessing Landscape Patterns of Fire Severity and Fire Regimes using Burn Severity Mapping for the Sierra Nevada, CA
Andrea E. Thode, University of California, Davis and US Forest Service, Tahoe National Forest, McClellan, CA; and N. Sugihara, L. Levien, and J. F. Quinn

  5:00 PM
Burn Mapping of Wildland Fires within Different Ecosystems Using Field Verified Satellite Data
Donald Ohlen, SAIC and USGS/EROS Data Center, Sioux Falls, SD; and C. Key, N. Benson, and Z. Zhu

  5:30 PM
Coffee Break