Environmental Evaluation Modeling System (EEMS) for Post-Fire Restoration, Thomas and Whittier Fires, v1.0 (on DataBasin.org)

Jan 30, 2022 (Last modified Apr 27, 2022)
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Description
This map meets the Fire Recovery and Community Science Program goal of mapping restoration priority areas.

The observations made by community scientists were processed into populations and combined with other data in an Environmental Evaluation Modeling System (EEMS) to highlight the areas on the landscape most in need of restoration efforts.

To open EEMS Explorer, open this map, then click on the 4 box icon in the "Restoration Priority Sites" layer in the layers tab.

The highest level criteria for this are:
  • Invasive Management Priority
  • Erosion Management Priority
  • Low Regenerative Potential
To view the EEMS Graphical User Interface, click on a layer in the table of contents with the EEMS icon in it, and then click the icon.

To see the paper and technical appendix (with logic models) for this project, refer to the homepage linked from the beginning of this description and/or contact the authors..

Here is the EEMSOnlline version of this map, which allows for the changing of parameters, but does not have overlays of other layers.
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John Gallo, Zachary Canter, Conservation Biology Institute; Josie Lesage, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden
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Creative Commons LicenseThis work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License.
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Conservation Biology Institute

The Conservation Biology Institute (CBI) provides scientific expertise to support the conservation and recovery of biological diversity in its natural state through applied research, education, planning, and community service.