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Modeling the complexity of wildfire regimes from a transdisciplinary approach; statistical patterns, the vision of fire experts community and the concept of wildfire generations

Oliveres, J.; Rosas-Casals, M.; Castellnou, M.
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Nom de l'edició
2017 World conference on Natural Resource Modeling
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Data de presentació
For natural systems, fire acts as an ecological action and operates as a selection pressure (Pausas et al., 2009). In playing this role, the post-fire environment integrates the legacy of the pre-fire landscape. The energy transformation from fire behavior generates a new landscape with unique self-regulating properties, on which stored energy has been redistributed (McKenzie et al., 2011). Fire regimes co-evolve in a complex net of non-linear interactions, including human communities as one of ...
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wildfire regimes statistical patterns wildfire generations transdisciplinary modeling
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SUMMLab - Sustainability Measurement and Modeling Lab


  • Oliveres, Jordi  (autor ponent)
  • Rosas Casals, Marti  (autor ponent)
  • Castellnou, Marc  (autor ponent)