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SCRAPPLE

The SCRAPPLE fire extension simulates fire disturbances as a function of human activity, fuels, climate, and topography. 

Contact: Robert Scheller, North Carolina State University
Latest release: Version 2.0 — September 2018 (Download)
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Brief Description: SCRAPPLE (Social-Climate Related Pyrogenic Processes and their Landscape Effects) simulates fire disturbances as a function of human activity, fuels, climate, and topography.  Three types of fire are simulated:  Lightning, Accidental, and Prescribed Fire.  There are no fire regions.

Original Developers: Robert Scheller and Alec Kretchun

Lineage: First released in LANDIS v6.2.

Original citation: Scheller, R.M, A. Kretchun, T.J. Hawbaker, and P. Henne.  Social-Climate Related Pyrogenic Processes and their Landscape Effects (SCRAPPLE):  A Landscape Model of Variable Social-ecological Fire Regimes.  In review.