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  • Representação cartográfica dos incêndios florestais ocorridos em Portugal Continental
  • Cartography;Mapping ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Natural hazards ; Portugal
  • Incêndios no Parque Natural da Arrábida. Dados estatísticos
  • Data ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Meteorology ; Nature park ; Portugal ; Statistics
  • Avaliação do risco de incêndio nas matas e florestas de Portugal continental
  • Biogeography ; Forecast ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Portugal ; Risk ; Thematic map
  • Contribuição dos incêndios florestais para o desequilíbrio ecológico do concelho de Soure
  • Coimbra ; Ecology ; Environment ; Environmental degradation ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Impact study ; Portugal
  • Um índice climático de perigo de incêndio aplicado aos fogos florestais em Portugal
  • Applied climatology ; Climatic index ; Forecast ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Portugal ; Risk ; Weather type
  • Fuego en el Pantanal : incendios forestales y pérdida de recursos de biodiversidad en San Matías - Santa Cruz
  • Biodiversity ; Bolivia ; Ecosystem ; Environment ; Environmental degradation ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Forest resources ; Preventive measure ; Rural community ; Soil erosion
  • Presencia histórica del fuego en el territorio. Incendios históricos en la Comarca del Valle del Guadiato (Córdoba)
  • Bosque ; Clima ; Cubierta vegetal ; España ; Holoceno ; Incendio forestal ; Paleoclima ; Paleoecología ; Reconstitución climatica ; Siglo 20
  • Andalusia ; Climate ; Climate reconstruction ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Holocene ; Palaeo-ecology ; Palaeoclimate ; Plant canopy ; Spain ; Twentieth Century
  • Probabilidade bayesiana e regressão logística na avaliação da susceptibilidade à ocorrência de incêndios de grande magnitude
  • Análisis de regresión ; Climatología aplicada ; Distribución espacial ; Incendio forestal ; Precipitación ; Probabilidad ; Riesgo ; Temperatura
  • Applied climatology ; Castelo Branco ; Forest fire ; Portugal ; Precipitation ; Probability ; Regression analysis ; Risk ; Spatial distribution ; Temperature
  • Clima e tipos de tempo enquanto características físicas condicionantes do risco de incêndio. Ensaio metodológico
  • Climate ; Forest fire ; Methodology ; Natural hazards ; Portugal ; Weather type
  • Sistemas de Información Geográfica y Teledetección en la prevención de incendios forestales: un ensayo en el macizo oriental de la Sierra de Gredos
  • Automated mapping ; Forest fire ; Geographical information system ; Methodology ; Mountain ; Natural hazards ; Remote sensing ; Spain
  • Bosque ; California ; Centralización ; Desarrollo urbano ; Descentralización ; Estados Unidos ; Incendio forestal ; Mercaderización ; Promoción inmobiliaria ; Seguridad ; Turquía ; Urbanización
  • California ; Centralisation ; Commodification ; Decentralization ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Real estate development ; Security ; Turkey ; United States of America ; Urban development ; Urbanization
  • Algería ; Bosque ; Cartografía ; Gestión del riesgo ; Incendio forestal ; Riesgo ; Variabilidad interanual ; Variación espacial
  • Algeria ; Cartography ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Interannual variability ; Risk ; Risk management ; Spatial variation
  • Incendios florestais, consequência e razão de ser de novas mudanças globais
  • Agricultural retreat ; Atmospheric pollution ; Carbon dioxide ; Climatic change ; Energy consumption ; Environmental degradation ; Erosion ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Global change ; Leiria ; Pollution ; Portugal ; Rural area ; Soil erosion
  • Evaluación de las plumas de humo de los incendios forestales de 1998 en México y la utilidad de los imágenes NOAA-AVHRR
  • AVHRR ; Atmospheric pollution ; Damage ; Damage valuation ; Fire ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Geographical information system ; Image analysis ; Mexico ; Mexico City ; NOAA ; Photointerpretation ; Remote sensing ; Research technique ; Risk ; Satellite
  • Phosphorus enrichment from point to catchment scale following fire in eucalypt forests
  • Australia ; Bosque ; Cuenca hidrográfica ; Erosión hídrica ; Eucalipto ; Geoquímica ; Incendio forestal ; Nuevas Gales del Sur ; Nutrimiento ; Propiedades del suelo ; Transporte sedimentario
  • Australia ; Eucalyptus ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Geochemistry ; New South Wales ; Nutrient ; Phosphorus ; Sediment transport ; Soil properties ; Water erosion ; Watershed
  • In a study in wet eucalypt forests burnt by wildfire, phosphorus concentration on mineral sediment and organic material at the point (0.01 m2), plot (1–10 m2) and catchment (106 m2) was used to estimate enrichment ratios (ERs) over 2 scales
  • [b1] Dep. of Forest and Ecosystem Science, Univ., Melbourne, Australie
  • Forest fire, bank strength and channel instability : the unusual response of Fishtrap Creek, British Columbia
  • Agua de deshielo ; Canada ; Carga en suspensión ; Chorreo ; Colombia Británica ; Corriente de agua ; Cuenca hidrográfica ; Erosión de las riberas ; Geometria hidráulica ; Incendio forestal
  • Bank erosion ; British Columbia ; Canada ; Channel geometry ; Forest fire ; Meltwater ; Rill wash ; Stream ; Suspended load ; Watershed ; Woody debris
  • In August 2003, the McLure forest fire burned 62% of the drainage basin of Fishtrap Creek. The AA. explore the linkages between changes in streamflow, suspended sediment concentration and changes in channel morphology since this fire. Although
  • [b2] Dep. of Forest Resources Management, Univ. British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada
  • [b3] British Columbia Ministry of Forests and Range, Victoria, Canada
  • Deriving hillslope sediment budgets in wildfire-affected forests using fallout radionuclide tracers
  • Análisis isotópico ; Balance sedimentario ; Calidad del agua ; Cuenca hidrográfica ; Erosión de los suelos ; Incendio forestal ; Trazador ; Velocidad de erosión
  • Australia ; Erosion rate ; Forest fire ; Isotope analysis ; New South Wales ; Phosphorus ; Sediment budget ; Soil erosion ; Tracer ; Water quality ; Watershed
  • This study aims to derive sediment budget information for a small (89 ha) wildfire-affected forested catchment in southeast Australia using fallout radioisotope tracer techniques as well as process information on the behaviour of radionuclides
  • in soils after fires. This provides valuable information on sediment and nutrient yield from burnt forested landscapes as well as improvements on how fallout radionuclide tracer techniques can be applied in wildfire-affected terrain.
  • Effects of wildfire and laboratory heating on soil aggregate stability of pine forests in Galicia : the role of lithology, soil organic matter content and water repellency
  • Agregado ; España ; Experimentación ; Incendio forestal ; Materia orgánica ; Permeabilidad ; Propiedades del suelo ; Suelo ; Suelo forestal
  • Aggregate ; Experimentation ; Forest fire ; Forest soil ; Galicia ; Organic materials ; Permeability ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Spain
  • A Wildland-Urban Interface Typology for Forest Fire Risk Management in Mediterranean Areas
  • Análisis del paisaje ; Bosque ; Campo mediterráneo ; Franja urbana ; Gestión del medio ambiente ; Incendio forestal ; Paisaje ; Prevención ; Riesgo ; Sistema de información geográfica ; Vulnerabilidad
  • Environmental management ; Forest ; Forest fire ; GIS ; Geographical information system ; Landscape ; Landscape analysis ; Mediterranean area ; Preventive measure ; Risk ; Sierra Calderona ; Urban fringe ; Vulnerability ; fire risk ; landscape
  • The transitional areas that lie between wildlands and urbanized spaces, generally defined as wildland-urban interfaces (WUI), represent an increasing risk factor in Mediterranean areas; these define a new scenario in forest fire fighting
  • Bosque ; Cuenca hidrográfica ; Dinámica de la vegetación ; Erosión de los suelos ; Incendio forestal ; Modelo ; Transporte sedimentario
  • British Columbia ; Canada ; Forest ; Forest fire ; Model ; Rocky Mountains ; Sediment transport ; Soil erosion ; Tree uprooting ; Vegetation dynamics ; Watershed
  • model is integrated with a root throw transport model calibrated for the Canadian Rockies to examine the temporal dynamics of sediment transport. Fire is incorporated as a disturbance that initiates development of a new forest, with the model cycling
  • through generations of forest. Using this integrated model, the AA. strive for improved understanding of how tree population dynamics driven by wildfire disturbance influences the temporal dynamics of sediment transport due to root throw in the Canadian