Existing, readily and freely available GIS datasets from GIS data clearinghouses can be used as model inputs. For the Utah statewide run, we used:
Note: The potential vegetation layer (biophysical settings (BpS)) represents the vegetation that may have been dominant on the landscape prior to Euro-American settlement and is based on both the current biophysical environment and an approximation of the historical disturbance regime.
The potential conflict inference system requires the following layers:
For the Utah statewide run, we obtained all of the above data from the Utah AGRC Mapping Portal.Matlab_FIS.zip. This zipfile also contains an input .csv table (Matlab_Input_Formatted_Empty_CSV.csv) to be used when running the models.
Source Code available on BitBucket
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