[Esip-agclimate] 2022 ESIP Winter Meeting session proposal submitted

Brian Wee bwee at massiveconnections.com
Tue Nov 9 07:07:10 EST 2021

Hello Agriculture and Climate Cluster,

A session proposal for the upcoming 2022 ESIP Winter Meeting has been
submitted.  A brief description of the full session proposal
is pasted below.  We shall be continuing to refine the session over the
next month or two: let Bill Teng (william.l.teng at nasa.gov) and I know if
you have ideas that you would like to incorporate into the session.

- Brian W.

Session Title

In-situ and remotely-sensed data integration for wildfire management

Session Description

The proposed session continues the synthesis of ideas contributed by
individuals from various ESIP clusters (including Agriculture and Climate,
Semantic Harmonization, EnviroSensing, Machine Learning, and Drones)
applied to wildfire management.  This session focuses on the challenge of
ingesting heterogeneous data from in-situ and remote sensing systems into
models and applications between the pre-fire and fire containment phases.
Scenarios include  (a) using heterogeneous data for better planning
prescribed burns by using data before and after a burn for ingestion into
fire behavior models, and (b) using heterogeneous data to assess
opportunities to create firebreaks in the course of wildfire fighting.

This synthesis session directly extends two of the key takeaways proposed
by discussants during the 2021 ESIP summer meeting session “Identifying
technology capabilities that meet wildfire science and practitioner
requirements”:  (a) “...improve fusion among near-term fire behavior model
data, values-at-risk data, and sensor data that can be represented and
visualized in a Common Operating Picture”, and (b) “...better estimate burn
severity by fusing data from various sources (in-situ, remote, model)”.
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