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Data from: Network analysis of wildfire transmission and implications for risk governance Public Deposited

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  • We characterized wildfire transmission and exposure within a matrix of large land tenures (federal, state, and private) surrounding 56 communities within a 3.3 million ha fire prone region of central Oregon US. Wildfire simulation and network analysis were used to quantify the exchange of fire among land tenures and communities and analyze the relative contributions of human versus natural ignitions to wildfire exposure. Community firesheds, the area where ignitions can spawn fires that can burn into the wildland urban interface, were also quantified. The results provide a first multi-scale characterization of wildfire networks within a large, mixed tenure and fire prone landscape, and illustrate the connectivity of risk between communities and the surrounding wildlands.
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  • Ager, AA; Evers, CR; Day, MA; Preisler, HK; Barros, AM; Nielsen-Pincus, M (2017): Data from: Network analysis of wildfire transmission and implications for risk governance. Oregon State University. Dataset. https://doi.org/10.7267/N9G15XS6
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  • This work was supported by funding from the National Science Foundation (http://www.nsf.gov), Coupled Human and Natural Systems Program (CHH-1013296), the United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station (http://www.fs.fed.us/pnw/) and the Joint Fire Science Program (http://www.firescience.gov/) grant (14-1-01-22 to AA).
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