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Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy

Summary

The Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy (the Strategy) sets in motion actions to enhance the protection, conservation, and restoration of a healthy sagebrush-steppe ecosystem, and to address important public safety, economic, cultural, and social concerns. The Strategy is intended to improve the efficiency and efficacy of actions to better prevent and suppress rangeland fire, and improve efforts to restore fire-impacted landscapes. Identification of geospatially-explicit management strategies will further efforts to conserve important greater sage-grouse habitats by limiting the likelihood of habitat loss due to fire and targeting management strategies to improve resilience. Geospatial tools and enhanced data sharing can [...]

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Biogeographic Characterization

Purpose

This ScienceBase collection provides a catalog of data assets for which the USGS has responsibility under the Integrated Rangeland Fire management Strategy. It contains both items directly hosted by ScienceBase and catalog records for data hosted elsewhere. The collection is provided via a catalog service interface to a geospatial tool being served by the BLM (https://landscape.blm.gov/).

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