The MTBS technology transfer effort is a multi-faceted approach intended to educate potential users about the structure, content and uses of MTBS data. MTBS technology transfer components include: 1) workshops to enhance the understanding of burn severity data and explore applications of the data at multiple scales; 2) web-based modules to engage potential users, and describe data and applications; and 3) findings from data and trends analyses documented and published in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings.
Information gleaned from all components of MTBS technology transfer as well as independent studies will reveal how useful MTBS data is and discover limitations that will guide operational use, and be utilized as a feedback mechanism to the MTBS project team.
Please click on the links below to access additional information.
- Association for Fire Ecology: 5th International Fire Ecology & Management Congress (Dec 2012)
- Southwest Fire Ecology Conference (Feb 2012)
- Association for Fire Ecology: 4th International Fire Ecology & Management Congress (Nov 2009)
- Alaska Burn Severity Workshop (February 2008)
- Eidenshenk et al. (2007). A Project for Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity. Fire Ecology Special Issue. Vol. 3, No. 1, 2007.
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