Data Set Citation:
When using this data, please cite the data package:
NCEAS 3101: Flannigan: Global change impacts on landscape fires , National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis , and Gollberg G. 2008.
FRAME Fire Research and Managment Exchange System
nceas.941.3 (https://knb.ecoinformatics.org:443/knb/metacat/nceas.941.3/nceas)
General Information:
Title:FRAME Fire Research and Managment Exchange System
Identifier:nceas.941
Abstract:
The Fire Research And Management Exchange System or FRAMES is a systematic method of exchanging information and transferring technology between wildland fire researchers, managers, and other stakeholders. In partnership with the US Geological Survey's National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII) Program, FRAMES is implementing web-based technologies that can help bridge the gap between science and management. The goal is to make wildland fire data, metadata, tools, and other information resources easy to find, access, distribute, compare, and use. In collaboration, the wildland fire research and management communities can use these technologies to help eliminate redundancy, reduce costs, and promote increased productivity and efficiency. An NCEAS working group proposed this website.
Keywords:None:
  • Fire
  • wildland fire
  • fire management
Publication Date:2008-07-24

Involved Parties

Data Set Creators:
Organization:NCEAS 3101: Flannigan: Global change impacts on landscape fires
Organization:National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis
Individual: Greg Gollberg
Organization:College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
Address:
Idaho
Phone:
(208) 885-6226 (voice)
Email Address:
gollberg@uidaho.edu
Data Set Contacts:
Individual: Greg Gollberg
Organization:College of Natural Resources, University of Idaho
Address:
Idaho
Phone:
(208) 885-6226 (voice)
Email Address:
gollberg@uidaho.edu
Associated Parties:
Individual: Greg Gollberg
Individual: Michael Flannigan
Metadata Providers:
Individual: Callie Bowdish

Data Set Characteristics

Geographic Region:
Geographic Description:United States and Canada
Bounding Coordinates:
West:  -170.0  degrees
East:  -66.0  degrees
North:  72.0  degrees
South:  20.0  degrees

Sampling, Processing and Quality Control Methods

Data Set Usage Rights

no restrictions
Access Control:
Auth System:knb
Order:denyFirst
Metadata download: Ecological Metadata Language (EML) File