Welcome to Introduction to the SE FireMap – A New Tool to Map Prescribed Fires and Wildfires. The SE FireMap is a new fire mapping system for the Southeastern United States. This course introduces the SE FireMap, describes the source of the fire data, and explores the current opportunities to use the data.
In this course, you will watch a video and read the SE FireMap materials. You can also explore the SE FireMap tool.
You will need an internet connection with the ability to stream videos with sound in order to complete this course.
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The SE FireMap maps all detectable fires across nine states in the Southeastern United States. The map and associated tools aim to improve fire management in urban and rural communities through remote sensing and track both prescribed fire and wildfires throughout portions of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas — prioritizing coverage of the historic longleaf pine range.
Funding was provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) through an agreement with the U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities.
Introduction to the SE FireMap – A New Tool to Map Prescribed Fires and Wildfires is hosted by David Godwin, PhD., Director of the Southern Fire Exchange (SFE).
NOTE: This webinar is approximately one hour. You can take breaks and come back to the course if you wish. Your progress will be saved.