Area Burned Condition Class - Glacier

Area Burned Condition Class - Glacier In an effort to assess the current state of wildland fire as an ecological process, the Area Burned Condition Class (ABCC) measure is designed to reflect modern-day deviations from historical wildland fire cycles (i.e., frequency). The ABCC was developed as a medium to long term ecological integrity monitoring measure that is fully integrated with the national program of ecological Integrity (EI) indicators, and measures. Calculations of area burned condition class are according to the methods outlined in the Park Canada Agency’s Fire Monitoring Guide. 2021-06-17 Parks Canada spencer.verdiel@pc.gc.ca Nature and Environmentwildland fireecological processforest Area Burned Condition Class - GlacierCSV https://open.canada.ca/data/dataset/443c3c4b-ef3b-4a98-8d37-e3ba398609d8/resource/9fc7f421-60ae-4d9a-a7dd-6bc85ba70264/download/glacier_np_forest_burned_condition_class1_1885-2020_data.csv Area Burned Condition Class - Glacier - Data DictionaryCSV https://124gc.sharepoint.com/:x:/s/external/_layouts/15/download.aspx/EdJMwfRd60FHvDEIkyQPwQoBEeGHTkwWL8iBLAx3puBniA?e=eOxQm5

In an effort to assess the current state of wildland fire as an ecological process, the Area Burned Condition Class (ABCC) measure is designed to reflect modern-day deviations from historical wildland fire cycles (i.e., frequency). The ABCC was developed as a medium to long term ecological integrity monitoring measure that is fully integrated with the national program of ecological Integrity (EI) indicators, and measures. Calculations of area burned condition class are according to the methods outlined in the Park Canada Agency’s Fire Monitoring Guide.

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  • Canada
  • British Columbia
  • British Columbia - Columbia-Shuswap
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