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Developing a Spatial Database of Prescribed Fire in Florida

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2017-10-26 18:51:22
Last Update
2017-10-26 18:51:22
Start Date
2016-08-15 04:00:00
End Date
2019-04-30 04:00:00

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Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative(administrator), Joe Noble(Principal Investigator), Tall Timbers Research Station(Principal Investigator), 2017-10-26(creation), 2017-10-26(lastUpdate), Developing a Spatial Database of Prescribed Fire in Florida

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This project is designed to develop a spatial database to track prescribed burns conducted in Florida. The contract recipient will build a spatial database of no less than 10 years of previous prescribed fires (2006-2016), identified by the Florida Forest Service (FFS) burn permit database. The spatial database will be built upon existing spatial fire databases, particularly the Department of Defense (DoD) burn database implemented at Air Force bases in Florida. In populating the database, the vendor will develop and document methodologies to map spatial fire footprints using Geographic Information System (GIS) and remote sensing techniques. The database will be developed on a platform that will be accessible by various partner entities [...]

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valueThis project is designed to develop a spatial database to track prescribed burns conducted in Florida. The contract recipient will build a spatial database of no less than 10 years of previous prescribed fires (2006-2016), identified by the Florida Forest Service (FFS) burn permit database. The spatial database will be built upon existing spatial fire databases, particularly the Department of Defense (DoD) burn database implemented at Air Force bases in Florida. In populating the database, the vendor will develop and document methodologies to map spatial fire footprints using Geographic Information System (GIS) and remote sensing techniques. The database will be developed on a platform that will be accessible by various partner entities and that allows for partner entities to host the database on local sites and receive annual updates in the future.
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year2019
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amount99423.0
amount85441.0
totalFunds184864.0
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  • LC MAP - Landscape Conservation Management and Analysis Portal
  • Peninsular Florida Landscape Conservation Cooperative

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