Fueling Resilience: A risk-based comparison of post-fire programs and recovery outcomes in Northern California

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Data management plan for the grant, "Fueling Resilience: A risk-based comparison of post-fire programs and recovery outcomes in Northern California." This study investigates post-wildfire recovery programs and outcomes in two neighboring, but vastly different counties in Northern California (Lake and Sonoma counties), which have experienced wildfire losses nearly every year since 2015. Working with community leaders and local governments, this study 1) documents the method, timing, and spatial extent of wildfire risk reduction efforts and recovery and 2) determines how these risk reduction efforts resulted from resources and programs available to communities. Next, the study offers a comprehensive post-wildfire examination … continued below

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Schumann, Ronald L., III 2022-12-15/2025-09-02.

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Data management plan for the grant, "Fueling Resilience: A risk-based comparison of post-fire programs and recovery outcomes in Northern California." This study investigates post-wildfire recovery programs and outcomes in two neighboring, but vastly different counties in Northern California (Lake and Sonoma counties), which have experienced wildfire losses nearly every year since 2015. Working with community leaders and local governments, this study 1) documents the method, timing, and spatial extent of wildfire risk reduction efforts and recovery and 2) determines how these risk reduction efforts resulted from resources and programs available to communities. Next, the study offers a comprehensive post-wildfire examination of how wildfire recovery changes future wildfire exposure and sensitivity through 3) stochastic modeling of the potential risk reduction outcomes of recovery efforts. Finally, the study draws together model results and community perspectives to 4) identify transferable best practices for enhancing social-ecological resilience to wildfire.

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  • Grant Number: 23-JV-11242308-006
  • Grant Number: GN22-0039
  • Grant Number: GAWD000163
  • Archival Resource Key: ark:/67531/metadc2026752

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Schumann, Ronald L., III. Fueling Resilience: A risk-based comparison of post-fire programs and recovery outcomes in Northern California, text, 2022-12-15/2025-09-02; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc2026752/: accessed June 21, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT College of Health and Public Service.

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