“The Fuels Knowledge Graph Project (FKGP), funded through the Federal Chief Data Officers (CDO) Council, explored the use of knowledge graphs to achieve more consistent and reliable fuel management performance measures. The team hypothesized that better performance measures and an interoperable semantic framework could enhance the ability to understand wildfires and, ultimately, improve outcomes. To develop a more systematic and robust characterization of program outcomes, the FKGP team compiled, reviewed, and analyzed multiple agency glossaries and data sources. The team examined the relationships between them, while documenting the data management necessary for a successful fuels management program…Fuels management is coordinated across natural resource management agencies and stakeholders to mitigate wildfire risks and ensure projects are l regulatory compliant. Agency specialists plan, implement, and monitor fuels management projects to reduce wildfire risk and achieve priority land management objectives. Specialists use a variety of active management practices, including prescribed fire, mechanical or other methods to achieve specific landscape goals. The interagency wildland fire community supports implementing fuels management work to support theCohesive Strategy Goals: fire-adapted communities, resilient landscapes, and safe and effective wildfire response..”
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