Florida Fire Occurrence Dataset
The Florida Fire dataset is a comprehensive, spatially explicit map of wild and prescribed fire occurrences across the state. This dataset was developed by Tall Timbers Research Station for Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and relies on USGS Burned Area products which combines change detection algorithms, spectral indices, and reference areas with LANDSAT Imagery. The resulting product delineates burned areas at a 30 m pixel resolution for fires which occurred between 1994 – 2019 and includes fire regime metrics. Number of times burned, year last burned, and time since previous fire metrics are included in the dataset. Additional years will be added annually.
Maps, Data, and Reports
Download the Florida Fire GIS Database (~200 MB).
Explore the Florida Fire Online Map Viewer.
For additional information, see the Florida Fire Database User Guide.
To obtain the full project report including detailed methods, results, and project deliverables (45MB) email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This dataset may not encompass all fires at this resolution, but users are encouraged to provide feedback on accuracy or missing events to email@example.com.