New 1-pager from USGS, Great Plains Fire Science Exchange, and SRFSN: New Operational National Satellite Burned Area Product. Land management and large-scale assessments of fire activity are hindered by the inconsistencies related to spatial and temporal fire information. There are a variety of uses remote-sensing can have in the wildland fire interface, these including monitoring of fire activity, augment existing fire data, and fill in information gaps.
T. Hawbaker, M. Vanderhoof, G. Schmidt, Y. Beal, J. Pico e, J. Takacs, J. Falgout, and J. Dwyer. New Operational National Satellite Burned Area Product. 2020.
Youtube Video: SFE Webinar: Mapping burned areas from the Landsat archive
Hawbaker, T.J., Vanderhoof, M.K., Teske, C. and Noble, J. 2019. Mapping burned areas from the Landsat archive Southern Fire Exchange Webinar, April 24, 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuXhNl6zlDo
Monitoring Trends in Burn Severity:https://www.mtbs.gov/