99.2 fire_Nextent_and_severity_mapping_2019_2020

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shortname fire_extent_and_severity_mapping_2019_2020
title fire_Nextent_and_severity_mapping_2019_2020
creator NSW DPIE
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abstract Fire extent and severity mapping data from NSW SEED portal https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/fire-extent-and-severity-mapping-fesm. | Fire severity is a metric of the loss of biomass caused by fire. In collaboration with the NSW Rural Fire Service, DPIE Remote Sensing & Regulatory Mapping team has developed a semi-automated approach to mapping fire extent and severity through a machine learning framework based on sentinel 2 satellite imagery. The statewide severity map has standardised classes to allow comparison of different fires across the landscape. The FESM severity classes include: unburnt, low severity (burnt understory, unburnt canopy), moderate severity (partial canopy scorch), high severity (complete canopy scorch, partial canopy consumption), extreme (full canopy consumption). |
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Recommended Citation NSW Department of Planning, Industry and Environment, 2020. Existing Green Assets for the Greater Sydney Region 2016 https://datasets.seed.nsw.gov.au/dataset/fire-extent-and-severity-mapping-fesm [accessed 2020-09-25]. Downloaded from the Centre for Air pollution, energy and health Research | https://cloudstor.aarnet.edu.au/plus/f/4901354386
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