Monitoring, Reporting and Assessment

Understanding the dynamics of forest management and forest health outcomes is more important than ever as California aims to increase investment in land management to deliver on broader state goals. The Monitoring, Reporting, and Assessment Work Group develops shared data resources to help track progress towards these goals and to support planning and implementation work on the ground. Further, this Work Group coordinates monitoring activities undertaken by different agencies across the state to better identify stewardship needs, assess effectiveness, and identify information gaps.


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Data Sources


CAL MAPPER:

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Forest Activity Tracking System:

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Prescribed Fire Information Reporting System:

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National Fire Plan Operations and Reporting System:

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Monitoring


USDA Forest Service Broader Scale Monitoring Strategy:

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Products


Interagency Tracking System:

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Wildfire and Landscape Resilience Data Hub:

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Work Group: Monitoring, Reporting and Assessment


Active Members



Work Group leads:


Chris Keithley – CAL FIRE
Maxwell Odkins –
CAL FIRE
Richard Brechbuehl –
CAL FIRE
Carmen Tubbesing –
CARB
Nathaniel Roth –
Department of Conservation
Nic Enstice –
Department of Conservation
Carson Hay –
Department of Conservation
Stephan Lai –
Office of Energy Safety
Loretta Moreno –
California Natural Resources Agency
Sky Biblin –
California Natural Resources Agency
Tawndria Melville –
US Forest Service
Patricia Manley –
US Forest Service
Stephanie Coppeto –
US Forest Service
Melissa Floca
UCSD
Kai Lin –
UCSD
Katie Olaughlin –
UCSD

Alan Talhelm – CAL FIRE
Anny Huang –
CARB
Michael Holybee –
US Forest Service 


Work Group Facilitator:


Emily Brodie – CAL FIRE

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Key Actions Assigned:

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