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Monetising the Savings of Remotely Sensed Data and Information in Burn Area Emergency Response (BAER) Wildfire Assessment

A journal article published in the International Journal of Wildland Fire assesses the cost-effectiveness of using satellite imagery to identify imminent post-wildfire threats to human life and safety.

Journal Article in International Journal of Wildland Fire by Richard Bernknopf, Yusuke Kuwayama, Reily Gibson, Jessica Blakely, Bethany Mabee, T.J. Clifford, Brad Quayle, Justin Epting, Terry Hardy, and David Goodrich — 1 minute read — Oct. 22, 2020

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Authors

Richard L. Bernknopf

Nonresident Fellow

Yusuke Kuwayama

Fellow and VALUABLES Consortium Director

Reily Gibson

Research & Communications Intern

Jessica Blakely

Research Assistant

Bethany Mabee

VALUABLES Consortium Deputy Director

T.J. Clifford

Bruneau Field Office, Bureau of Land Management, US Department of the Interior

Brad Quayle

Geospatial Technology and Applications Center, Forest Service, US Department of Agriculture

Justin Epting

Geospatial Technology and Applications Center, Forest Service, US Department of Agriculture

Terry Hardy

Supervisor’s Office, Boise National Forest, Forest Service, US Department of Agriculture

David Goodrich

Southwest Watershed Research Center, Agricultural Research Service, US Department of Agriculture