Scenarios to Evaluate Long-Term Wildfire Risk in California: New Methods for Considering Links Between Changing Demography, Land Use, and Climate
This paper describes the development and analysis of over 21,000 scenarios for future residential wildfire risk in California on a 1/8-degree latitude/longitude grid at a monthly time step, using statistical models of wildfire activity and parameterizations of uncertainties related to residential property losses from wildfire.
Author(s): Benjamin P. Bryant, Anthony L. Westerling
CIEE Program: Climate Change
Document Type: White Papers
Filename: Scenarios to Evaluate Long Term Wildfire Risk in California.pdf
Publisher: California Energy Commission
Year Published: 2012