Partners & Tools
Regional fire science partner sites and tools.
Topics & regions
- Climate & Fire (1)
- Fire Behavior & Weather (1)
- Fire Ecology & Effects (1)
- GIS & Remote Sensing (1)
- Human Dimensions of Fire (1)
- Mojave & Sonoran Desert (1)
- Prescribed Fire (1)
- Sierra Nevada (1)
- Central & Southern California (2)
- Restoration (2)
- Fuels & Fuel Treatments (3)
- Fire Communication & Education (4)
- Model/Tool/Technology (5)
- Northern California (6)
- Wildland-Urban Interface (WUI) (13)
The information and file links on this webpage contain a data set of historical and recent fuels treatments conducted across Southern California.
Models & Tools
This website discusses the work being done here and has an amazing set of photos, videos, and even a virtual reality immersive experience (under the media gallery tab).
Virtual tour of a fire-safe demonstration building
MTBS is a multi-year project designed to consistently map the burn severity and perimeters of fires across all lands of the United States for the period spanning 1984 through 2010.
At the La Kretz Center, we help preserve California’s biodiversity and ecosystems through research, education and public programs. We supply the scientific research needed to inform management actions to protect and restore California’s fragile biodiversity resources.
A national Cooperative Extension website with many resources regarding fire preparation, including activities for home protection that can be done before, during, and after a fire occurs near your home.
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The California Fire Safe Council provides resources and support for Californians to make their homes and communities fire safe, as well support for running local Fire Safe Councils in communities.
SAFE Landscapes is a project of the Natural Resources Program based inLos Angeles and Ventura County Cooperative Extension that focuses onproviding homeowners with fire and sustainability information.
The Northern California Prescribed Fire Council is a venue for practitioners, state and federal agencies, academic institutions, tribes, coalitions, and interested individuals to work collaboratively to promote, protect, conserve, and expand the responsible use of prescribed fire in Northern California’s fire-adapted landscapes.