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Fire Research And Management Exchange System

Technology in Support of Wildland Fire Research
and Management
Presentations by Greg Gollberg, Frames Program
Manager University of Idaho and Shelaine
Curd-Hetrick, Biodiversity Partnership
Coordinator NBII - SAIN
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The Importance of Fire
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The Importance of Fire Management
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The Importance of Science
Science Fire management plans and programs will
be based on a foundation of sound science. . .
Scientific results must be made available to
managers in a timely manner and must be used in
the development of land management plans, fire
management plans, and implementation plans.
National Fire Aviation Executive Board
(September 2004)
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Fire Research And Management Exchange System
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Mission Statement FRAMES supports wildland fire
and natural resource professionals and
policymakers, by promoting and facilitating
information and technology sharing, exchange,
collaboration, and development through a
state-of-the-art clearinghouse and web
portal primary users are researchers, who
provide the scientific basis for wildland fire
management, and wildland fire and natural
resource managers / practitioners, who need
state-of-the-art research, information, tools,
and data to assist their daily efforts.
FRAMES Strategic Plan 2007-2012
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An Emphasis on Tools
Wildland Fire Tools and Information Resources
Include Articles, atlases, charts, computer
programs, databases, decision support systems,
documents, encyclopedia, expert systems, figures,
geographic information systems, glossaries,
graphs, maps, metadata, models, news items,
notices, photographs, presentations, project
information, program information, references,
spatial and non-spatial data, surveys, tables,
thesauri, web pages, and websites
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CATALOG
NAVIGATION
and
CATALOG
NAVIGATION
  • Subject Areas

RESOURCES
  • Geographic Areas
  • Data
  • Documents
  • Tools
  • Projects
  • Programs
  • Web pages
  • Partner Sites
  • Browse
  • Search

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2006 Milestones
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FRAMES in Transition
R D Prototype
Operational
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FRAMES Statistics
FRAMES Site Traffic
  • Site Traffic
  • Total Users
  • Top Communities
  • Top Resources

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FRAMES Statistics
FRAMES Total Users
  • Site Traffic
  • Total Users
  • Top Communities
  • Top Resources

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FRAMES Statistics
FRAMES Top Communities
  • Site Traffic
  • Total Users
  • Top Communities
  • Top Resources

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FRAMES Statistics
FRAMES Top Resources
  • Site Traffic
  • Total Users
  • Top Communities
  • Top Resources

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  • Why regional portals?

Geographically defined as the same 13 states of
the Southern Area Coordination Center (SACC)
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Texas Oklahoma Louisiana Arkansas Mississippi Alab
ama Florida Georgia South Carolina North
Carolina Tennessee Kentucky Virginia
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  • SACC manages wildland fire and other incident
    management activities in collaboration with the
    10 other coordination centers in the United
    States.
  • The SFP supports SACC by providing a single point
    access to fire related publications, datasets,
    databases, decision-support tools, models and
    state-of-the-knowledge literature synthesis in
    support of fire and natural resource management
    fore the southern United States is the goal of
    the SFP.

How?
? Through leveraging partnership expertise
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  • Tall Timbers Research Station (TTRS)
  • The E.V. Komarek Fire Ecology Database developed
    by Tall Timbers, provides access to over 18,000
    bibliographic citations pertaining to fire
    ecology literature with emphasis on the
    southeastern United States.
  • Our Fire Ecology Thesaurus provides extensive
    indexing for out E.V. Komarek Fire Ecology
    Database with over 1000 keywords including fire
    terms, ecological terms, geographic and
    physiographic designations, habitat types,
    management types, and scientific names of plants
    and animals.

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  • The Nature Conservancy
  • Identified and entered metadata about Joint Fire
    Science Program and National Fire Plan projects,
    and the resources created under each project into
    the Southern Fire Portal Database of FRAMES.
  • Added key regional metadata about non-JFSP/NFP
    projects in the southeast into the Southern Fire
    Portal Database of FRAMES.

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  • U.S. Forest Service
  • Providing access to the Encyclopedia of Southern
    Fire Science.
  • Providing access to the related content of the
    Forest Encyclopedia Network.
  • Encyclopedia of Southern Fire Science (ESFS)
  • A compilation of synthesized information
    (navigated text, photos, graphics, bibliography,
    and fire science databases) developed by experts
    on hundreds of fire science topics delivering
    grounded information to practitioners and the
    general public.
  • Southern Regional Extension Forest office
  • Promoting and advancing the Southern Fire Portal
    and the many features that it offers and
    expanding the ESFS.

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  • U.S. Geological Survey (USGS)
  • Providing metadata creation services for regional
    spatial and tabular data sets using the Federal
    Geographic Data Committees Biological Data
    Profile.
  • Facilitating coordination among partners with
    respect to funding, contracts and communication.

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  • National Biological Information Infrastructure
    (NBII)
  • Providing metadata creation service for regional
    spatial and tabular data sets using the Federal
    Geographic Data Committees Biological Data
    Profile.
  • Collaborating with the Tall Timbers Research
    Station to incorporate fire ecology keywords into
    the existing NBII Biocomplexity Thesaurus.
  • NBII Southern Appalachian Information Node
    (SAIN)
  • Working with The Nature Conservancy to add
    metadata about JFSP and NFP projects and
    associated resources into the Southern Fire
    Portal Database of FRAMES.
  • Coordinating with Southern Fire organizations to
    ensure growth of the SFP.

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http//frames.nbii.gov/southernfire
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Metadata on Tools Related Information Availability
and Use Spatial Domain and Information Time
period of Content Contributors Frequently Asked
Questions Technical Information Support
Information Metadata Reference Additional
Information
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  • Southern Fire Portal Summary
  • FRAMES-SFP is providing one-point access to
    diverse fire related information in the region.
  • Draws form multiple sources each with independent
    support.
  • Work in Progress
  • Please help us identify folks within the region
    that have fire related content.

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2007 Highlights and Next Steps
  • FRAMES Strategic Plan approved by Interim
    Steering Committee
  • Establish Wildland Fire Use Module Community
  • Records posted on FRAMES have been migrated into
    RCD online catalog tool is in beta test
  • There are currently 1176 resources cataloged
  • Data - 92
  • Documents - 795
  • Tools - 121
  • Projects - 86
  • Web pages - 82
  • Implement Resource Catalog Database (RCD) and
    Online Cataloging Tool

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Next Steps Continued
  • Update existing records
  • Import FIREHouse content
  • Catalog additional deliverables from FS Missoula
    Fire Sciences Lab and JFSP
  • Continue to provide content and increase content
    utility
  • Expand services and increase user base
  • Develop implementation plan and prepare for
    hand-off to Departments of Agriculture and
    Interior in 2010

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THANK YOU !
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