Secure, stabilize, and restore
After a wildfire, addressing rehabilitation needs is critical to reopening a community and avoiding cascading consequences. Vegetation, slope, and other landscape information can be combined with information on community infrastructure to identify rehabilitation locations that need emergency stabilization efforts as well as those that require long-term restoration projects. Staff can analyze imagery to determine where fires burned more intensely, where substantial rehabilitation is required to support the future of the forest, and where postincident runoff might result in erosion or even catastrophic failure.
Apply location analytics to rehabilitation
Location analytics supports wildfire relief
Direct Relief chose ArcGIS Insights for data analysis and population tracking during the 2018 Camp Fire in California's Butte County.