1st International Congress on Fire in the Earth System: Humans and Nature, November 3-7, 2021

FES2021 Program

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November 3, 2021

November 4, 2021

Poster session

All presentations (oral & poster)

Valencia Time / GMT+2

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Wednesday November 3, 2021
09:00 Opening by the Organizers
09:15 Forest fires today. A scientific and societal challenge (Cerdà & Rodrigo Comino)
09:20 ID74: Keesstra, SDGs and Wildfires: the role of soils in Sustainable fire management

ID65: Núñez, DISRUPTED LANDSCAPES: The representation of Mediterranean Wildfires

ID60: Skulska, Acacias Control: a tool to reduce wildfires risk in unmanaged forestlands

ID114: Gonzalez Martinez, Recovering shrub biowaste involved in wildland fires in the South of Europe through torrefaction mobile units

ID90: Yadav, Politics of Pixels: Role of Satellite Remote Sensing in Shaping and Sustaining Fire Suppression Policy in India

ID132: Schirru, Fire geographies in Sardinian landscapes: a place-name based approach.

ID116: Rodrigo-Comino, Evaluation of soil profiles to understand resilience in natural and anthropogenic environments after different number of wildfires

11:05 Coffee break
11:25 ID147: Souza-Alonso, Service-Learning projects to educate young generations in fighting wildfires
11:40 Fire and soil organic matter: relationships, impacts and novel methodologies (Jiménez-Morillo et al.)
11:45

ID41: Brook, UAS-bared near infrared imagery as a new fire severity metric

ID104: Gimeno-García, Wildfire effects on different soil organic carbon pools in Mediterranean pine forests

ID105: Cui, Laboratory Study of Smouldering Peat with Samples from Peatlands in Flow Country, Scotland

ID126: Bravo, Fire legacy on dissolved organic matter (DOM) and soil properties along a fire severity gradient in two Eucalyptus ec

12:45 KEYNOTE: JULI G. PAUSAS
13:05 Lunch Break
13:30 Climate-fire links (Turco, Jerez, Marcos-Matamoros & Jiménez)
13:35

ID83: Vissio, Predicting the extension of the area burnt by forest fires in Italy by means of drought indicators

ID101: Gincheva, Climate Drivers of Fire Activity: a Global Assessment

ID141: Canadell, Multi-decadal increase of forest burned area in Australia linked to climate change

14:20 Fire Behavior Modelling and Simulations (Grillakis, Ford, Kasoar & Boustras)
14:25

ID55: Sequeira, Decision Support System for Effective Fuel Management

ID73: Uggenti, Characterizing the lifetime phases of wildland fires from the Sioux Lookout District in Ontario, Canada by utilizing m

ID86: Egorova, Fire-spotting generated fires: macro- and meso-scales effects

ID85: Kasymov, Semi-natural studies of a wildfire impact on air transport processes

ID84: Prieto Herráez, PhyFire, an online wildfire simulation tool

15:40 Coffee break
16:00

ID87: Pagnini, When the unpredictable comes: An approach for foreseeing the transition to chaos in wildfire propagation

ID95: Kolaitis, Temporal evolution of a wildland flame envelope: An experimental study on litter fires

ID120: Purnomo, A GIS-based cellular automata model to simulate field-scale flaming and smouldering wildfires on peatlands

ID40: Fernandes, High-resolution smoke emissions from the 2017 extreme wildfires in Portugal

ID134: Doerr, The importance of savanna fires in the global carbon cycle: beyond direct emissions

17:15 Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) for wildfires (Moulay & Fadoua)
17:20

ID58: Akhloufi, Predicting wildland fire propagation using deep learning

ID59: Akhloufi, Wildfires detection and segmentation using deep Convolutional Neural Networks and Tranformers<[>

ID71: Pereira-Obaya, Change Detection Analysis Using Sentinel 2 Multi-Temporal Satellite Imagery and its Integration for Fuel Ma

ID79: Vinué-Visús, ETHON: unmanned aircraft for forest fire management

ID82: Phelps, Evaluating and comparing statistical and machine learning methods for fire occurrence prediction

18:35

KEYNOTE: CRISTINA SANTIN NUNO

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Thursday November 4, 2021
09:00 Opening by the Organizers
09:15 Fire effects on soil biota (Giulia)
09:20 ID77: Vega Martinez, Alteration of soil properties by high intensity controlled burning in southern Spain

ID97: Rojas, Soil prokaryote community structure and C and N related biological conditions following fires in Mediterranean native forest of central Chile

ID103: Hinojosa, Fire history modulate soil biogeochemistry and microbial community in Pinus pinaster forests of central Spain

ID138: Strydom, Vegetation cover and physiognomy effects on C and N in frequently burnt and unburnt soils in an African savanna

10:20 Post-fire restoration management: Effects on soil, vegetation and geomorphology (Zema et al.)
10:25 ID62: Moreno-Roso, Micromorphological changes in soil affected by a prescribed burn: the Sierra de Manantl��n case, Jalisco,

ID68: Moura Batista dos Santos, Analysis of vegetation regeneration after a wildfire in Portugal using the Google Earth Engine (GE

ID70: Parente, Long-term erosion and the impact of wildfires: two different approaches.

11:10 Coffee break
11:30

ID128: Zema, Prescribed fire and soil mulching with fern in Mediterranean forests: Effects on surface runoff and erosion

ID76: Delač , Spatial-temporal variability of vegetation regrowth and topsoil elements after prescribed fire in the pre-mountain area

ID92: De Girolamo, MODELLING FOREST FIRE AND POST-FIRE MITIGATION MEASURES: Impacts on sediment yield

ID98: Antelo, TERRAMATER project: A tool for post-fire rehabilitation and restoration of soils

ID129: Zema, Short-term hydrological response of soil after wildfire in a semi-arid landscape covered by Macrochloa tenacissima (

ID137: Valkó , Evaluating the potential of prescribed burning for the biodiversity conservation of European grasslands

13:00 KEYNOTE: MARC CASTELLNOU
13:20 Lunch Break
13:45 Fires at the Wildland-Urban-Interface (Pastor & Nieves)
13:50 ID91: Suzuki, Investigating Conifer Tree Flame Spread Under an Applied Wind Field

ID47: Pastor, Integrated Wildland-Urban Interface Fire Management: the case study of Riba-Roja de T��ria and Paterna municip

ID54: Ojeda, Evaluation and prognosis of resilient landscapes to wildfires. The urban-rural interfaces of the Metropolitan Area of C

ID56: Muñoz , A full-scale method to classify flammability of wildland-urban interface vegetation

ID57: Vacca, Performance-Based Design methodology for the evaluation of WUI microscale fire hazards

ID63: Tiller, Thermogravimetric and Differential Thermal Analysis of Sea Buckthorn from The Netherlands Compared to Common

ID72: Dossi, Building Damage at the Wildland-Urban Interface: Case Studies California, USA and Pedr��g��o Grande, Portu

15:35 Coffee break
15:55 ID80: Vinué Visús, Assessment of the vulnerability of the wildland-urban interface (WUI) in the Valencian Region as a basis for the

ID88: Seijo, HISTORICAL HUMAN SYSTEM DRIVERS OF WILDLAND URBAN INTERFACE FIRE RISK IN SPAIN: A COUPL

ID140: Ramos, Case study on a performance-based approach to wildland-urban interface (WUI) fires

16:40 Wildfires and Civil Protection (Bento-Gonçalves & Vieira)
16:45

ID61: Skulska, How to Strengthen the Capabilities of Portuguese Civil Protection. Preliminary results of the RECIPE project study.

ID110: Almer, Remote Sensing Solutions for an Efficient Support of Forest Fire Management Phases

17:15 Fire on the screen: media, cinema and video-storytelling (Castelló)
17:20 ID64: Dolors, “Firestors”, beyond the attraction for devastation: Context, scientific information and emotion to shape a compelling m

ID78: Castelló, Improving Wildfire TV Coverage: Lessons from a Spanish summer (2021)

ID107: Montagut, Disinformation Analysis on Wildfires Through Fact-Checking Verification in Spain

ID122: Seijo, Takes two to tango: Making sense of the California 2020 wildfire season Trump-Newsom political blame game

18:20

ID108: Castelló, Round table with filmmakers and media professionals: Lucy Walker, Patrick Ryan, Josh Edelson & Eduard Plana

18:50

KEYNOTE: FERNANDO T. MAESTRE

19:10

Closing by the Organizers

Ordered by session and submission ID.

Forest fires today. A scientific and societal challenge

ID29: Fire in the Earth System: Science & Society, FIRElinks EU COST action challenges
Cerdà, Artemi

ID34: Is enough water supplies for extinguishing forest fires in the Czech Republic?
Holusa, Jaroslav, Koren, Milan, Bercak, Roman, Trombik, Jiri

ID35: Slow emergency stabilization: limitations for the recovery of burned areas in Portuguese forests
Lopes, Luis Filipe, Acácio, Vanda, Fernandes, Paulo M.

ID89: Fire Cube: Understanding and Communicating the Multidimensionality of Fire
Yadav Kapil

ID93: Slash pile burning like a forest fire initiator
Ber?ák, Roman, Van?k, Jan, Holuša, Jaroslav

Fire and soil organic matter: relationships, impacts and novel methodologies

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Fire effects on soil biota

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Climate-fire links

ID69: Future Climate Change Impact on Wildfire Danger over the Mediterranean: the case of Greece
Rovithakis Anastasios, Voulgarakis Apostolos, Grillakis Manolis, Seiradakis Kostadinos, Giannakopoulos Christos, Karali Anna, Field Robert, Lazaridis Mihalis

ID111: Climate drivers of wildfire activity in the Mediterranean
Grillakis, G. Manolis, Voulgarakis, Apostolos, Rovithakis, Anastasios, Field, Robert, Lazaridis, Mihalis

ID117: Seasonal variations of electrical signals of Pinus halepensis Mill. in Mediterranean forests in dependence on climatic conditions
Zapata,Rodolfo, Oliver-Villanueva, Jose-Vicente, Lemus- Zúñiga, Lenin-Guillermo, Fuente, David, Mateo Pla, Miguel A., Luzuriaga, Jorge E., Moreno Esteve, Juan Carlos

Fires at the Wildland-Urban-Interface

Fire Behavior Modelling and Simulations

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Fire in ecosystem and Earth System models

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) for wildfires

ID94: Contrasting patterns and interpretations between fire spread simulators and machine learning models when mapping burn probability
Costa-Saura, JM, Spano, D, Sirca, C, Bacciu, V

Wildfires and Civil Protection

ID46: Using unmanned aerial vehicles to assist prescribed fires and detect rekindles in wildfire management
Sequeira, A. C.; Colaço, C.; Barata, J.; Marques, F.; Rego, F.

Post-fire restoration management: Effects on soil, vegetation and geomorphology

ID18: Evolution of Vegetation on the Left Bank of the River Unzha (Kostroma Region, Russia) after the Fire of 1972 – Results of 30 Years of Observation
Lazareva Nadezhda, Ekatherina S. Preobrazhenskaja

ID37: Burn severity and plant regenerative traits modulate vegetation response in different fire-prone Mediterranean ecosystems of the Iberian Peninsula
Huerta, Sara, Fernández-García, Víctor, Marcos, Elena, Calvo, Leonor

ID39: Evaluation of soil burn severity using very high spatial resolution products from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
Beltrán Marcos, David, Suárez Seoane, Susana, Fernández-García, Víctor, Fernández Guisuraga, José Manuel, Calvo Galván, Leonor

ID130: Effect of fire on the composition of flowering plants and the abundance of pollinators in a Mediterranean ecosystem
Badenes-Pérez, Francisco Rubén, Pausas, Juli G.

Forest fire: Forest economics, sustainable forest management, ecosystem services

ID29: Fire in the Earth System: Science & Society, FIRElinks EU COST action challenges
Cerdà, Artemi

ID34: Is enough water supplies for extinguishing forest fires in the Czech Republic?
Holusa, Jaroslav, Koren, Milan, Bercak, Roman, Trombik, Jiri

ID35: Slow emergency stabilization: limitations for the recovery of burned areas in Portuguese forests
Lopes, Luis Filipe, Acácio, Vanda, Fernandes, Paulo M.

ID89: Fire Cube: Understanding and Communicating the Multidimensionality of Fire
Yadav Kapil

ID93: Slash pile burning like a forest fire initiator
Ber?ák, Roman, Van?k, Jan, Holuša, Jaroslav

Fire on the screen: media, cinema and video-storytelling

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Ordered by session and submission ID.

Forest fires today. A scientific and societal challenge

Oral presentation

ID60: Acacias Control: a tool to reduce wildfires risk in unmanaged forestlands
Iryna Skulska and Conceição Colaço

ID65: DISRUPTED LANDSCAPES: The representation of Mediterranean Wildfires
Moran Núñez, Pepa

ID74: SDGs and Wildfires: the role of soils in Sustainable fire management
Keesstra, Saskia

ID90: Politics of Pixels: Role of Satellite Remote Sensing in Shaping and Sustaining Fire Suppression Policy in India
Yadav, Kapil

ID114: Recovering shrub biowaste involved in wildland fires in the South of Europe through torrefaction mobile units
Gonzalez Martinez, Maria, Míguez-Rodríguez, Luis

ID116: Evaluation of soil profiles to understand resilience in natural and anthropogenic environments after different number of wildfires
Jesús Rodrigo-Comino, Jaume Company Ferrer, Julián García Comendador, Josep Fortesa Bernat, Joan Estrany

ID132: Fire geographies in Sardinian landscapes: a place-name based approach.
Schirru, M., Salis, M., Arca B., Pellizzaro, G., Duce, P.

ID141: Multi-decadal increase of forest burned area in Australia linked to climate change
Canadell, J

ID147: Service-Learning projects to educate young generations in fighting wildfires
Souza-Alonso, Pablo, Omil, Beatriz, García-Romero, David, Otero-Urtaza, Uxío, Lorenzo Moledo, Mar, Rodríguez García, Juan Carlos, Madrigal, Javier, Moya, Daniel, Rodriguez y Silva, Francisco, Merino, Agustín

Poster presentation

ID29: Fire in the Earth System: Science & Society, FIRElinks EU COST action challenges
Cerdà, Artemi

ID34: Is enough water supplies for extinguishing forest fires in the Czech Republic?
Holusa, Jaroslav, Koren, Milan, Bercak, Roman, Trombik, Jiri

ID35: Slow emergency stabilization: limitations for the recovery of burned areas in Portuguese forests
Lopes, Luis Filipe, Acácio, Vanda, Fernandes, Paulo M.

ID89: Fire Cube: Understanding and Communicating the Multidimensionality of Fire
Yadav Kapil

ID93: Slash pile burning like a forest fire initiator
Ber?ák, Roman, Van?k, Jan, Holuša, Jaroslav

Fire and soil organic matter: relationships, impacts and novel methodologies

Oral presentation

ID33: Global sensitivity of burned area to lightning
Veraverbeke, Sander, Abatzoglou, John, Andela, Niels, Chen, Yang, Jones, Matthew, Randerson, James

ID38: Species climatic niche explains post-fire regeneration of Pinus halepensis under compounded effects of fire and drought
Elvira, Nuria J, Lloret, Francisco, Batllori, Enric

ID40: High-resolution smoke emissions from the 2017 extreme wildfires in Portugal
Fernandes, A. P., Lopes, D., Sorte, S., Monteiro, A., Gama, C., Reis, J., Menezes, I., Borrego, C., Viegas, D.X., Miranda, A.I.

ID41: UAS-bared near infrared imagery as a new fire severity metric
Brook, Anna

ID55: Decision Support System for Effective Fuel Management
Sequeira, A. C.; Acácio, V.; Xanthopoulos, G. ; Rego, F.; Colaço, C.

ID64: ‘Firestorm’, beyond the attraction for devastation: Context, scientific information and emotion to shape a compelling multimedia story
Palau-Sampio, Dolors

ID73: Characterizing the lifetime phases of wildland fires from the Sioux Lookout District in Ontario, Canada by utilizing mixed effects multi-state modelling techniques
Uggenti, Chelsea, Dean, Charmaine B., Woolford, Douglas G., McFayden, Colin B.

ID77: Alteration of soil properties by high intensity controlled burning in southern Spain
Elisa Vega-Martínez, Antonio Rafael Sánchez?Rodríguez, Juan Ramón Molina

ID78: Improving Wildfire TV Coverage: Lessons from a Spanish summer (2021)
Castelló, Enric

ID84: PhyFire, an online wildfire simulation tool
Prieto-Herráez, D., Asensio-Sevilla, M.I., Cascón, J.M., Pagnini, G

ID85: Semi-natural studies of a wildfire impact on air transport processes
Loboda, E., Kasymov, D., Agafontsev, M., Reyno, V., Lutsenko, A., Perminov, V., Orlov, K., Martynov, P., Staroseltseva, A., Loboda, Yu.

ID86: Fire-spotting generated fires: macro- and meso-scales effects
Egorova, Vera N., Trucchia, Andrea, Pagnini, Giani

ID87: When the unpredictable comes: An approach for foreseeing the transition to chaos in wildfire propagation
Pagnini, Gianni, Egorova, Vera

ID95: Temporal evolution of a wildland flame envelope: An experimental study on litter fires
Kolaitis, Dionysios, Pallikarakis, Christos, Leivadiotis, Anastasios

ID96: The effect of different fire temperatures on the water repellency parameters of forest soil under different types of vegetation
Slavomir Holos, Lubomir Lichner, Anton Zvala, Peter Surda, Natalia Botkova

ID97: Soil prokaryote community structure and C and N related biological conditions following fires in Mediterranean native forest of central Chile
Rojas, Claudia, Aponte, Humberto

ID103: Fire history modulate soil biogeochemistry and microbial community in Pinus pinaster forests of central Spain
Albert-Belda, Enrique, Hinojosa, M. Belén, Laudicina, V. Armando, Moreno, José M.

ID104: Wildfire effects on different soil organic carbon pools in Mediterranean pine forests
Gimeno-García, E., Carbó, E, Sorando, R, Lerma-Arce, V

ID105: Laboratory Study of Smouldering Peat with Samples from Peatlands in Flow Country, Scotland
Wuquan Cui, Muhammad A. Santoso, Dwi M J Purnomo, Eirik Christensen, Roxane Andersen, Guillermo Rein

ID107: Disinformation Analysis on Wildfires Through Fact-Checking Verification in Spain
MONTAGUT, MARTA, CARRILLO, NEREIDA

ID120: A GIS-based cellular automata model to simulate field-scale flaming and smouldering wildfires on peatlands
Purnomo, M. J. Dwi, Apers, Sebastian, Bechtold, Michel, Rein, Guillermo

ID122: Takes two to tango: Making sense of the California 2020 wildfire season Trump-Newsom political blame game
Seijo, Francisco

ID126: Fire legacy on dissolved organic matter (DOM) and soil properties along a fire severity gradient in two Eucalyptus ecosystems in South Western Australia
Bravo-Escobar Andrea, O’Donnell Alison, Grierson Pauline

ID134: The importance of savanna fires in the global carbon cycle: beyond direct emissions
Doerr, Stefan, Santin, Cristina, Strydom, Tercia, Sanchez, Carmen, Ascough, Philippa, Urbanek, Emilia

ID138: Vegetation cover and physiognomy effects on C and N in frequently burnt and unburnt soils in an African savanna
Strydom, Tercia, Smit, Izak, van Tol, Johan

Poster presentation

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Fire effects on soil biota

Oral presentation

ID33: Global sensitivity of burned area to lightning
Veraverbeke, Sander, Abatzoglou, John, Andela, Niels, Chen, Yang, Jones, Matthew, Randerson, James

ID38: Species climatic niche explains post-fire regeneration of Pinus halepensis under compounded effects of fire and drought
Elvira, Nuria J, Lloret, Francisco, Batllori, Enric

ID40: High-resolution smoke emissions from the 2017 extreme wildfires in Portugal
Fernandes, A. P., Lopes, D., Sorte, S., Monteiro, A., Gama, C., Reis, J., Menezes, I., Borrego, C., Viegas, D.X., Miranda, A.I.

ID41: UAS-bared near infrared imagery as a new fire severity metric
Brook, Anna

ID55: Decision Support System for Effective Fuel Management
Sequeira, A. C.; Acácio, V.; Xanthopoulos, G. ; Rego, F.; Colaço, C.

ID64: ‘Firestorm’, beyond the attraction for devastation: Context, scientific information and emotion to shape a compelling multimedia story
Palau-Sampio, Dolors

ID73: Characterizing the lifetime phases of wildland fires from the Sioux Lookout District in Ontario, Canada by utilizing mixed effects multi-state modelling techniques
Uggenti, Chelsea, Dean, Charmaine B., Woolford, Douglas G., McFayden, Colin B.

ID77: Alteration of soil properties by high intensity controlled burning in southern Spain
Elisa Vega-Martínez, Antonio Rafael Sánchez?Rodríguez, Juan Ramón Molina

ID78: Improving Wildfire TV Coverage: Lessons from a Spanish summer (2021)
Castelló, Enric

ID84: PhyFire, an online wildfire simulation tool
Prieto-Herráez, D., Asensio-Sevilla, M.I., Cascón, J.M., Pagnini, G

ID85: Semi-natural studies of a wildfire impact on air transport processes
Loboda, E., Kasymov, D., Agafontsev, M., Reyno, V., Lutsenko, A., Perminov, V., Orlov, K., Martynov, P., Staroseltseva, A., Loboda, Yu.

ID86: Fire-spotting generated fires: macro- and meso-scales effects
Egorova, Vera N., Trucchia, Andrea, Pagnini, Giani

ID87: When the unpredictable comes: An approach for foreseeing the transition to chaos in wildfire propagation
Pagnini, Gianni, Egorova, Vera

ID95: Temporal evolution of a wildland flame envelope: An experimental study on litter fires
Kolaitis, Dionysios, Pallikarakis, Christos, Leivadiotis, Anastasios

ID96: The effect of different fire temperatures on the water repellency parameters of forest soil under different types of vegetation
Slavomir Holos, Lubomir Lichner, Anton Zvala, Peter Surda, Natalia Botkova

ID97: Soil prokaryote community structure and C and N related biological conditions following fires in Mediterranean native forest of central Chile
Rojas, Claudia, Aponte, Humberto

ID103: Fire history modulate soil biogeochemistry and microbial community in Pinus pinaster forests of central Spain
Albert-Belda, Enrique, Hinojosa, M. Belén, Laudicina, V. Armando, Moreno, José M.

ID104: Wildfire effects on different soil organic carbon pools in Mediterranean pine forests
Gimeno-García, E., Carbó, E, Sorando, R, Lerma-Arce, V

ID105: Laboratory Study of Smouldering Peat with Samples from Peatlands in Flow Country, Scotland
Wuquan Cui, Muhammad A. Santoso, Dwi M J Purnomo, Eirik Christensen, Roxane Andersen, Guillermo Rein

ID107: Disinformation Analysis on Wildfires Through Fact-Checking Verification in Spain
MONTAGUT, MARTA, CARRILLO, NEREIDA

ID120: A GIS-based cellular automata model to simulate field-scale flaming and smouldering wildfires on peatlands
Purnomo, M. J. Dwi, Apers, Sebastian, Bechtold, Michel, Rein, Guillermo

ID122: Takes two to tango: Making sense of the California 2020 wildfire season Trump-Newsom political blame game
Seijo, Francisco

ID126: Fire legacy on dissolved organic matter (DOM) and soil properties along a fire severity gradient in two Eucalyptus ecosystems in South Western Australia
Bravo-Escobar Andrea, O’Donnell Alison, Grierson Pauline

ID134: The importance of savanna fires in the global carbon cycle: beyond direct emissions
Doerr, Stefan, Santin, Cristina, Strydom, Tercia, Sanchez, Carmen, Ascough, Philippa, Urbanek, Emilia

ID138: Vegetation cover and physiognomy effects on C and N in frequently burnt and unburnt soils in an African savanna
Strydom, Tercia, Smit, Izak, van Tol, Johan

Poster presentation

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Climate-fire links

Oral presentation

ID83: Predicting the extension of the area burnt by forest fires in Italy by means of drought indicators
Vissio, Gabriele, Provenzale, Antonello

ID101: Climate Drivers of Fire Activity: a Global Assessment
Gincheva, N. Andrina, Jerez, Rodríguez. Sonia, Turco,. Marco

Poster presentation

ID69: Future Climate Change Impact on Wildfire Danger over the Mediterranean: the case of Greece
Rovithakis Anastasios, Voulgarakis Apostolos, Grillakis Manolis, Seiradakis Kostadinos, Giannakopoulos Christos, Karali Anna, Field Robert, Lazaridis Mihalis

ID111: Climate drivers of wildfire activity in the Mediterranean
Grillakis, G. Manolis, Voulgarakis, Apostolos, Rovithakis, Anastasios, Field, Robert, Lazaridis, Mihalis

ID117: Seasonal variations of electrical signals of Pinus halepensis Mill. in Mediterranean forests in dependence on climatic conditions
Zapata,Rodolfo, Oliver-Villanueva, Jose-Vicente, Lemus- Zúñiga, Lenin-Guillermo, Fuente, David, Mateo Pla, Miguel A., Luzuriaga, Jorge E., Moreno Esteve, Juan Carlos

Fires at the Wildland-Urban-Interface

Oral presentation

ID47: Integrated Wildland-Urban Interface Fire Management: the case study of Riba-Roja de Túria and Paterna municipalities
Pastor, Elsa, Dalmau, Ferran, Anguiano, Javier, Ruiz, Mario, Del Campo, Antonio, Hernández, Francesc, Galisteo, Arturo, Adobes, Vicente

ID54: Evaluation and prognosis of resilient landscapes to wildfires. The urban-rural interfaces of the Metropolitan Area of Concepción as Socio Ecological Systems (SES).
Ojeda, Carolina G., Bergamini, Kay

ID56: A full-scale method to classify flammability of wildland-urban interface vegetation
Muñoz, Juan Antonio, Planas, Eulàlia, Àgueda, Alba, Vacca, Pascale, Almeida, Miguel, Ribeiro, Luís Mário, Pastor, Elsa

ID57: Performance-Based Design methodology for the evaluation of WUI microscale fire hazards
Vacca, Pascale, Muñoz, Juan Antonio, Àgueda, Alba, Caballero, David, Planas, Eulàlia, Pastor, Elsa

ID63: Thermogravimetric and Differential Thermal Analysis of Sea Buckthorn from The Netherlands Compared to Common US Shrubs in Fire-Prone Ecosystems
Michael B. Tiller, Brian P. Oswald, Mathijs Schuijn

ID72: Building Damage at the Wildland-Urban Interface: Case Studies California, USA and Pedrógão Grande, Portugal
Dossi, Simona, Messerschmidt, Birgitte, Rein, Guillermo

ID80: Assessment of the vulnerability of the wildland-urban interface (WUI) in the Valencian Region as a basis for the calculation of the fire severity index.
Quílez-Moraga, R., Vinué-Visús, D., Oliver-Villanueva, J.V., Coll-Aliaga, E.

ID88: Historical Human System Drivers of Wildland Urban Interface Fire Risk in Spain: A Coupled Human Natural Systems Approach
Seijo, Francisco

ID91: Investigating Conifer Tree Flame Spread Under an Applied Wind Field
Manzello, L. Samuel, Suzuki, Sayaka

ID140: Case study on a performance-based approach to wildland-urban interface (WUI) fires
Ramos, Paulo

Poster presentation

Fire Behavior Modelling and Simulations

Oral presentation

ID33: Global sensitivity of burned area to lightning
Veraverbeke, Sander, Abatzoglou, John, Andela, Niels, Chen, Yang, Jones, Matthew, Randerson, James

ID38: Species climatic niche explains post-fire regeneration of Pinus halepensis under compounded effects of fire and drought
Elvira, Nuria J, Lloret, Francisco, Batllori, Enric

ID40: High-resolution smoke emissions from the 2017 extreme wildfires in Portugal
Fernandes, A. P., Lopes, D., Sorte, S., Monteiro, A., Gama, C., Reis, J., Menezes, I., Borrego, C., Viegas, D.X., Miranda, A.I.

ID41: UAS-bared near infrared imagery as a new fire severity metric
Brook, Anna

ID55: Decision Support System for Effective Fuel Management
Sequeira, A. C.; Acácio, V.; Xanthopoulos, G. ; Rego, F.; Colaço, C.

ID64: ‘Firestorm’, beyond the attraction for devastation: Context, scientific information and emotion to shape a compelling multimedia story
Palau-Sampio, Dolors

ID73: Characterizing the lifetime phases of wildland fires from the Sioux Lookout District in Ontario, Canada by utilizing mixed effects multi-state modelling techniques
Uggenti, Chelsea, Dean, Charmaine B., Woolford, Douglas G., McFayden, Colin B.

ID77: Alteration of soil properties by high intensity controlled burning in southern Spain
Elisa Vega-Martínez, Antonio Rafael Sánchez?Rodríguez, Juan Ramón Molina

ID78: Improving Wildfire TV Coverage: Lessons from a Spanish summer (2021)
Castelló, Enric

ID84: PhyFire, an online wildfire simulation tool
Prieto-Herráez, D., Asensio-Sevilla, M.I., Cascón, J.M., Pagnini, G

ID85: Semi-natural studies of a wildfire impact on air transport processes
Loboda, E., Kasymov, D., Agafontsev, M., Reyno, V., Lutsenko, A., Perminov, V., Orlov, K., Martynov, P., Staroseltseva, A., Loboda, Yu.

ID86: Fire-spotting generated fires: macro- and meso-scales effects
Egorova, Vera N., Trucchia, Andrea, Pagnini, Giani

ID87: When the unpredictable comes: An approach for foreseeing the transition to chaos in wildfire propagation
Pagnini, Gianni, Egorova, Vera

ID95: Temporal evolution of a wildland flame envelope: An experimental study on litter fires
Kolaitis, Dionysios, Pallikarakis, Christos, Leivadiotis, Anastasios

ID96: The effect of different fire temperatures on the water repellency parameters of forest soil under different types of vegetation
Slavomir Holos, Lubomir Lichner, Anton Zvala, Peter Surda, Natalia Botkova

ID97: Soil prokaryote community structure and C and N related biological conditions following fires in Mediterranean native forest of central Chile
Rojas, Claudia, Aponte, Humberto

ID103: Fire history modulate soil biogeochemistry and microbial community in Pinus pinaster forests of central Spain
Albert-Belda, Enrique, Hinojosa, M. Belén, Laudicina, V. Armando, Moreno, José M.

ID104: Wildfire effects on different soil organic carbon pools in Mediterranean pine forests
Gimeno-García, E., Carbó, E, Sorando, R, Lerma-Arce, V

ID105: Laboratory Study of Smouldering Peat with Samples from Peatlands in Flow Country, Scotland
Wuquan Cui, Muhammad A. Santoso, Dwi M J Purnomo, Eirik Christensen, Roxane Andersen, Guillermo Rein

ID107: Disinformation Analysis on Wildfires Through Fact-Checking Verification in Spain
MONTAGUT, MARTA, CARRILLO, NEREIDA

ID120: A GIS-based cellular automata model to simulate field-scale flaming and smouldering wildfires on peatlands
Purnomo, M. J. Dwi, Apers, Sebastian, Bechtold, Michel, Rein, Guillermo

ID122: Takes two to tango: Making sense of the California 2020 wildfire season Trump-Newsom political blame game
Seijo, Francisco

ID126: Fire legacy on dissolved organic matter (DOM) and soil properties along a fire severity gradient in two Eucalyptus ecosystems in South Western Australia
Bravo-Escobar Andrea, O’Donnell Alison, Grierson Pauline

ID134: The importance of savanna fires in the global carbon cycle: beyond direct emissions
Doerr, Stefan, Santin, Cristina, Strydom, Tercia, Sanchez, Carmen, Ascough, Philippa, Urbanek, Emilia

ID138: Vegetation cover and physiognomy effects on C and N in frequently burnt and unburnt soils in an African savanna
Strydom, Tercia, Smit, Izak, van Tol, Johan

Poster presentation

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Fire in ecosystem and Earth System models

Oral presentation

ID33: Global sensitivity of burned area to lightning
Veraverbeke, Sander, Abatzoglou, John, Andela, Niels, Chen, Yang, Jones, Matthew, Randerson, James

ID38: Species climatic niche explains post-fire regeneration of Pinus halepensis under compounded effects of fire and drought
Elvira, Nuria J, Lloret, Francisco, Batllori, Enric

ID40: High-resolution smoke emissions from the 2017 extreme wildfires in Portugal
Fernandes, A. P., Lopes, D., Sorte, S., Monteiro, A., Gama, C., Reis, J., Menezes, I., Borrego, C., Viegas, D.X., Miranda, A.I.

ID41: UAS-bared near infrared imagery as a new fire severity metric
Brook, Anna

ID55: Decision Support System for Effective Fuel Management
Sequeira, A. C.; Acácio, V.; Xanthopoulos, G. ; Rego, F.; Colaço, C.

ID64: ‘Firestorm’, beyond the attraction for devastation: Context, scientific information and emotion to shape a compelling multimedia story
Palau-Sampio, Dolors

ID73: Characterizing the lifetime phases of wildland fires from the Sioux Lookout District in Ontario, Canada by utilizing mixed effects multi-state modelling techniques
Uggenti, Chelsea, Dean, Charmaine B., Woolford, Douglas G., McFayden, Colin B.

ID77: Alteration of soil properties by high intensity controlled burning in southern Spain
Elisa Vega-Martínez, Antonio Rafael Sánchez?Rodríguez, Juan Ramón Molina

ID78: Improving Wildfire TV Coverage: Lessons from a Spanish summer (2021)
Castelló, Enric

ID84: PhyFire, an online wildfire simulation tool
Prieto-Herráez, D., Asensio-Sevilla, M.I., Cascón, J.M., Pagnini, G

ID85: Semi-natural studies of a wildfire impact on air transport processes
Loboda, E., Kasymov, D., Agafontsev, M., Reyno, V., Lutsenko, A., Perminov, V., Orlov, K., Martynov, P., Staroseltseva, A., Loboda, Yu.

ID86: Fire-spotting generated fires: macro- and meso-scales effects
Egorova, Vera N., Trucchia, Andrea, Pagnini, Giani

ID87: When the unpredictable comes: An approach for foreseeing the transition to chaos in wildfire propagation
Pagnini, Gianni, Egorova, Vera

ID95: Temporal evolution of a wildland flame envelope: An experimental study on litter fires
Kolaitis, Dionysios, Pallikarakis, Christos, Leivadiotis, Anastasios

ID96: The effect of different fire temperatures on the water repellency parameters of forest soil under different types of vegetation
Slavomir Holos, Lubomir Lichner, Anton Zvala, Peter Surda, Natalia Botkova

ID97: Soil prokaryote community structure and C and N related biological conditions following fires in Mediterranean native forest of central Chile
Rojas, Claudia, Aponte, Humberto

ID103: Fire history modulate soil biogeochemistry and microbial community in Pinus pinaster forests of central Spain
Albert-Belda, Enrique, Hinojosa, M. Belén, Laudicina, V. Armando, Moreno, José M.

ID104: Wildfire effects on different soil organic carbon pools in Mediterranean pine forests
Gimeno-García, E., Carbó, E, Sorando, R, Lerma-Arce, V

ID105: Laboratory Study of Smouldering Peat with Samples from Peatlands in Flow Country, Scotland
Wuquan Cui, Muhammad A. Santoso, Dwi M J Purnomo, Eirik Christensen, Roxane Andersen, Guillermo Rein

ID107: Disinformation Analysis on Wildfires Through Fact-Checking Verification in Spain
MONTAGUT, MARTA, CARRILLO, NEREIDA

ID120: A GIS-based cellular automata model to simulate field-scale flaming and smouldering wildfires on peatlands
Purnomo, M. J. Dwi, Apers, Sebastian, Bechtold, Michel, Rein, Guillermo

ID122: Takes two to tango: Making sense of the California 2020 wildfire season Trump-Newsom political blame game
Seijo, Francisco

ID126: Fire legacy on dissolved organic matter (DOM) and soil properties along a fire severity gradient in two Eucalyptus ecosystems in South Western Australia
Bravo-Escobar Andrea, O’Donnell Alison, Grierson Pauline

ID134: The importance of savanna fires in the global carbon cycle: beyond direct emissions
Doerr, Stefan, Santin, Cristina, Strydom, Tercia, Sanchez, Carmen, Ascough, Philippa, Urbanek, Emilia

ID138: Vegetation cover and physiognomy effects on C and N in frequently burnt and unburnt soils in an African savanna
Strydom, Tercia, Smit, Izak, van Tol, Johan

Poster presentation

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) for wildfires

Oral presentation

ID58: Predicting wildland fire propagation using deep learning
Khennou, Fadoua, Akhloufi, Moulay A.

ID59: Wildfires detection and segmentation using deep Convolutional Neural Networks and Tranformers
Ghali, Rafik, Akhloufi, Moulay A.

ID71: Change Detection Analysis Using Sentinel 2 Multi-Temporal Satellite Imagery and its Integration for Fuel Mapping at a Municipal Scale
Álavares-Taboada, Flor, Sánchez-García, Sandra, Pereira-Obaya,Dimas

ID79: ETHON: unmanned aircraft for forest fire management
Vinué-Visús, D., Liz-Graña, J.L., Puig-Serra, S., Quílez-Moraga, R., Molina-Lázaro, M.A., Oliver-Villanueva, J.V., Ortiz-Benito, D.

ID82: Evaluating and comparing statistical and machine learning methods for fire occurrence prediction
Phelps, Nathan, Woolford, Douglas G.

Poster presentation

ID94: Contrasting patterns and interpretations between fire spread simulators and machine learning models when mapping burn probability
Costa-Saura, JM, Spano, D, Sirca, C, Bacciu, V

Wildfires and Civil Protection

Oral presentation

ID61: How to Strengthen the Capabilities of Portuguese Civil Protection. Preliminary results of the RECIPE project study.
Iryna Skulska and Conceição Colaço

ID110: Remote Sensing Solutions for an Efficient Support of Forest Fire Management Phases
Almer Alexander

Poster presentation

ID46: Using unmanned aerial vehicles to assist prescribed fires and detect rekindles in wildfire management
Sequeira, A. C.; Colaço, C.; Barata, J.; Marques, F.; Rego, F.

Post-fire restoration management: Effects on soil, vegetation and geomorphology

Oral presentation

ID62: Micromorphological changes in soil affected by a prescribed burn: the Sierra de Manantlán case, Jalisco, México.
Moreno-Roso, Sol, Chávez-Vergara, Bruno, Quintero-Gradilla, Shatya, Ruiz-Rojas, María, Solleiro-Rebolledo, Elizabeth

ID68: Analysis of vegetation regeneration after a wildfire in Portugal using the Google Earth Engine (GEE) platform
Santos, M. B. Sarah, Bento-Gonçalves, António, Vieira, António

ID70: Long-term erosion and the impact of wildfires: two different approaches.
Parente, Joana, Nunes, João Pedro, Baartman, Jantiene, Föllmi, Dante

ID76: Spatial-temporal variability of vegetation regrowth and topsoil elements after prescribed fire in the pre-mountain area (Croatia)
Dela? Domina, Zgorelec Željka, Kisi? Ivica

ID92: Modelling Forest Fire and Post-Fire Mitigation Measures: Impacts on sediment yield
De Girolamo, A.M., Cerdan, O., Grangeon, T., Ricci, G.F., Vandromme, R., Lo Porto, A.

ID98: TERRAMATER project: A tool for post-fire rehabilitation and restoration of soils
Macías, F., Antelo, J, Verdes, P.V., Figueiredo, T., Fonseca, F., Hernandez, Z., Valente, T., Barroso, A., Henriques, R., Carvalho, M., Fernandes, M.J., Teixeira, S., Delerue-Matos, C., Macías-García, F.

ID128: Prescribed fire and soil mulching with fern in Mediterranean forests: Effects on surface runoff and erosion
Demetrio Antonio Zema, Bruno Gianmarco Carrà, Giuseppe Bombino, Pietro Denisi, Pedro Antonio Plaza-Àlvarez, Manuel Esteban Lucas Borja, Daniela D\’Agostino

ID129: Short-term hydrological response of soil after wildfire in a semi-arid landscape covered by Macrochloa tenacissima (L.) Kunth
Manuel Esteban Lucas Borja, Pedro Antonio Plaza-Àlvarez, Misagh Parhizkar, Demetrio Antonio Zema

ID137: Evaluating the potential of prescribed burning for the biodiversity conservation of European grasslands
Valkó, Orsolya, Deák, Balázs

Poster presentation

ID18: Evolution of Vegetation on the Left Bank of the River Unzha (Kostroma Region, Russia) after the Fire of 1972 – Results of 30 Years of Observation
Lazareva Nadezhda, Ekatherina S. Preobrazhenskaja

ID37: Burn severity and plant regenerative traits modulate vegetation response in different fire-prone Mediterranean ecosystems of the Iberian Peninsula
Huerta, Sara, Fernández-García, Víctor, Marcos, Elena, Calvo, Leonor

ID39: Evaluation of soil burn severity using very high spatial resolution products from Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)
Beltrán Marcos, David, Suárez Seoane, Susana, Fernández-García, Víctor, Fernández Guisuraga, José Manuel, Calvo Galván, Leonor

ID130: Effect of fire on the composition of flowering plants and the abundance of pollinators in a Mediterranean ecosystem
Badenes-Pérez, Francisco Rubén, Pausas, Juli G.

Forest fire: Forest economics, sustainable forest management, ecosystem services

Oral presentation

ID60: Acacias Control: a tool to reduce wildfires risk in unmanaged forestlands
Iryna Skulska and Conceição Colaço

ID65: DISRUPTED LANDSCAPES: The representation of Mediterranean Wildfires
Moran Núñez, Pepa

ID74: SDGs and Wildfires: the role of soils in Sustainable fire management
Keesstra, Saskia

ID90: Politics of Pixels: Role of Satellite Remote Sensing in Shaping and Sustaining Fire Suppression Policy in India
Yadav, Kapil

ID114: Recovering shrub biowaste involved in wildland fires in the South of Europe through torrefaction mobile units
Gonzalez Martinez, Maria, Míguez-Rodríguez, Luis

ID116: Evaluation of soil profiles to understand resilience in natural and anthropogenic environments after different number of wildfires
Jesús Rodrigo-Comino, Jaume Company Ferrer, Julián García Comendador, Josep Fortesa Bernat, Joan Estrany

ID132: Fire geographies in Sardinian landscapes: a place-name based approach.
Schirru, M., Salis, M., Arca B., Pellizzaro, G., Duce, P.

ID141: Multi-decadal increase of forest burned area in Australia linked to climate change
Canadell, J

ID147: Service-Learning projects to educate young generations in fighting wildfires
Souza-Alonso, Pablo, Omil, Beatriz, García-Romero, David, Otero-Urtaza, Uxío, Lorenzo Moledo, Mar, Rodríguez García, Juan Carlos, Madrigal, Javier, Moya, Daniel, Rodriguez y Silva, Francisco, Merino, Agustín

Poster presentation

ID29: Fire in the Earth System: Science & Society, FIRElinks EU COST action challenges
Cerdà, Artemi

ID34: Is enough water supplies for extinguishing forest fires in the Czech Republic?
Holusa, Jaroslav, Koren, Milan, Bercak, Roman, Trombik, Jiri

ID35: Slow emergency stabilization: limitations for the recovery of burned areas in Portuguese forests
Lopes, Luis Filipe, Acácio, Vanda, Fernandes, Paulo M.

ID89: Fire Cube: Understanding and Communicating the Multidimensionality of Fire
Yadav Kapil

ID93: Slash pile burning like a forest fire initiator
Ber?ák, Roman, Van?k, Jan, Holuša, Jaroslav

Fire on the screen: media, cinema and video-storytelling

Oral presentation

ID33: Global sensitivity of burned area to lightning
Veraverbeke, Sander, Abatzoglou, John, Andela, Niels, Chen, Yang, Jones, Matthew, Randerson, James

ID38: Species climatic niche explains post-fire regeneration of Pinus halepensis under compounded effects of fire and drought
Elvira, Nuria J, Lloret, Francisco, Batllori, Enric

ID40: High-resolution smoke emissions from the 2017 extreme wildfires in Portugal
Fernandes, A. P., Lopes, D., Sorte, S., Monteiro, A., Gama, C., Reis, J., Menezes, I., Borrego, C., Viegas, D.X., Miranda, A.I.

ID41: UAS-bared near infrared imagery as a new fire severity metric
Brook, Anna

ID55: Decision Support System for Effective Fuel Management
Sequeira, A. C.; Acácio, V.; Xanthopoulos, G. ; Rego, F.; Colaço, C.

ID64: ‘Firestorm’, beyond the attraction for devastation: Context, scientific information and emotion to shape a compelling multimedia story
Palau-Sampio, Dolors

ID73: Characterizing the lifetime phases of wildland fires from the Sioux Lookout District in Ontario, Canada by utilizing mixed effects multi-state modelling techniques
Uggenti, Chelsea, Dean, Charmaine B., Woolford, Douglas G., McFayden, Colin B.

ID77: Alteration of soil properties by high intensity controlled burning in southern Spain
Elisa Vega-Martínez, Antonio Rafael Sánchez?Rodríguez, Juan Ramón Molina

ID78: Improving Wildfire TV Coverage: Lessons from a Spanish summer (2021)
Castelló, Enric

ID84: PhyFire, an online wildfire simulation tool
Prieto-Herráez, D., Asensio-Sevilla, M.I., Cascón, J.M., Pagnini, G

ID85: Semi-natural studies of a wildfire impact on air transport processes
Loboda, E., Kasymov, D., Agafontsev, M., Reyno, V., Lutsenko, A., Perminov, V., Orlov, K., Martynov, P., Staroseltseva, A., Loboda, Yu.

ID86: Fire-spotting generated fires: macro- and meso-scales effects
Egorova, Vera N., Trucchia, Andrea, Pagnini, Giani

ID87: When the unpredictable comes: An approach for foreseeing the transition to chaos in wildfire propagation
Pagnini, Gianni, Egorova, Vera

ID95: Temporal evolution of a wildland flame envelope: An experimental study on litter fires
Kolaitis, Dionysios, Pallikarakis, Christos, Leivadiotis, Anastasios

ID96: The effect of different fire temperatures on the water repellency parameters of forest soil under different types of vegetation
Slavomir Holos, Lubomir Lichner, Anton Zvala, Peter Surda, Natalia Botkova

ID97: Soil prokaryote community structure and C and N related biological conditions following fires in Mediterranean native forest of central Chile
Rojas, Claudia, Aponte, Humberto

ID103: Fire history modulate soil biogeochemistry and microbial community in Pinus pinaster forests of central Spain
Albert-Belda, Enrique, Hinojosa, M. Belén, Laudicina, V. Armando, Moreno, José M.

ID104: Wildfire effects on different soil organic carbon pools in Mediterranean pine forests
Gimeno-García, E., Carbó, E, Sorando, R, Lerma-Arce, V

ID105: Laboratory Study of Smouldering Peat with Samples from Peatlands in Flow Country, Scotland
Wuquan Cui, Muhammad A. Santoso, Dwi M J Purnomo, Eirik Christensen, Roxane Andersen, Guillermo Rein

ID107: Disinformation Analysis on Wildfires Through Fact-Checking Verification in Spain
MONTAGUT, MARTA, CARRILLO, NEREIDA

ID120: A GIS-based cellular automata model to simulate field-scale flaming and smouldering wildfires on peatlands
Purnomo, M. J. Dwi, Apers, Sebastian, Bechtold, Michel, Rein, Guillermo

ID122: Takes two to tango: Making sense of the California 2020 wildfire season Trump-Newsom political blame game
Seijo, Francisco

ID126: Fire legacy on dissolved organic matter (DOM) and soil properties along a fire severity gradient in two Eucalyptus ecosystems in South Western Australia
Bravo-Escobar Andrea, O’Donnell Alison, Grierson Pauline

ID134: The importance of savanna fires in the global carbon cycle: beyond direct emissions
Doerr, Stefan, Santin, Cristina, Strydom, Tercia, Sanchez, Carmen, Ascough, Philippa, Urbanek, Emilia

ID138: Vegetation cover and physiognomy effects on C and N in frequently burnt and unburnt soils in an African savanna
Strydom, Tercia, Smit, Izak, van Tol, Johan

Poster presentation

ID36: Resistance and resilience of bacterial communities against large wildfires in heathlands ecosystems
Pinto, Rayo, Ansola, Gemma, Calvo, Leonor, Sáenz de Miera, Luis E.

ID66: Dynamics of topsoil properties after a fire: small scale straw burning experiment
Zumr, David, Jerabek, Jakub, Li, Tailin, Noreika, Nina, Laburda, Tomas, Vrana, Michal, Winkler, Jan, Vaverkova, Magdalena

ID102: Application of Geostatistical Analysis with R Machine Learning Methodologies for Soil Organic Carbon Mapping
Sorando, R., Carbo, E., Gimeno-García, E., Lerma-Arce, V.

ID113: Effects of different fire severity on soil biogeochemistry and related feedbacks on Quercus ilex L. ecophysiological status
Hinojosa, M. Belén, Parra, Antonio, Rioja, Olga, Blázquez, Victor, Moreno, José M.

ID121: Soil water infiltration in the Pinet forest fire. The ephemeral impact of ash.
Cerdà, A., Úbeda, X., Terol, E., Franch-Pardo, Ivan, Giménez-Morera, A., Rodrigo-Comino, J.

ID127: Terrain metrics: Directional roughness for forest fire risk mapping
López-Vicente, Manuel, Bertocco, Tamires, García-Tomillo, Aitor, Paz-González, Antonio, de Figueiredo, Tomás

ID136: Influence of different sample holders on the flammability of pine needles in the mass loss calorimeter
Miši?, Z. Nikola, Proti?, Z. Milan

ID142: Application of vis-NIR spectroscopy for estimation of SOC and SOC fractions on soil samples burned under different laboratory conditions
Montorio, Raquel, García Gil, Sandra, Escuer Arregui, Marta, Ortiz, Oriol, Badía-Villas, David, Pérez-Cabello, Fernando