The combination of climate change and population growth into fire-prone areas is fueling a growth in wildfire disaster. The papers in this session profile rthe application of statistical and remote sensing analysis for detecting and modeling drought and wildfire hazards and risk.
|Presenter||Caitlin Kontgis*, Descartes Labs, Ryan Keisler, Descartes Labs, Michael S Warren, Descartes Labs, Daniela I Moody, Descartes Labs, Samuel W Skillman, Descartes Labs, Henry Fuller, Descartes Labs, Kornelijus Survila, Descartes Labs, Responding to natural disasters with satellite imagery||20||8:00 AM|
|Presenter||Naomi Lazarus*, California State University, Chico, Framing an Ecological Perspective on Fire: A Place-based assessment of Wildfire Risk in California||20||8:20 AM|
|Presenter||Yago Martin Gonzalez*, University of South Carolina, Marcos Rodrigues Mimbrero, University of Zaragoza, María Zúñiga Antón, University of Zaragoza, Dynamic modeling of human wildfire danger in Northeast Spain||20||8:40 AM|
|Presenter||Claudia Herbert*, University of California - Berkeley, Relationship between low-density urban development and fuel loading in Northern California||20||9:00 AM|
|Presenter||Caitlin Lippitt*, University of New Mexico, Gladys Valentin-Gonzalez, University of New Mexico , Characterizing post-fire vegetation recovery at Bandelier National Monument, New Mexico using NAIP data||20||9:20 AM|
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