This meeting, hosted by the University of Florida’s School of Forest Resources and Conservation and the Society of American Foresters, presented an array of practical applications regarding the use of GPS, satellite imagery, high resolution aerial stereo imagery, LiDAR, IfSAR, and mapping technologies in natural resource management.
Recordings of symposium sessions related to fire and fuels management are found below. For more information on the symposium, click here.
- Practical Use of Geospatial Technology for Managing the National Forests in Florida
Paul Medley, US Forest Service
- Use of LiDAR to Map Fuel Heterogeneity towards Managing Resilient Forest Landscapes
Andrew Hudak, US Forest Service
- Integrating Geospatial Web Applications for Fire Protection Planning and Operations
Curt Stripling, Texas A&M Forest Service
- Sixty-Five Years of Spatial Data: Escambia Experimental Forest Spatial Database
John Gilbert, Auburn University