Some challenges for forest fire risk predictions in the21st Century
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Is part ofForests, 2021, vol.12, núm. 4, 469
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Physiological drought responses improve predictions of live fuel moisture dynamics in a Mediterranean forest. Nolan, Rachael H.; Hedo, Javier; Arteaga López, Carles; Sugai, Tetsuto; Resco de Dios, Víctor (Elsevier, 2018)The moisture content of live fuels is an important determinant of forest flammability. Current approaches for modelling live fuel moisture content typically focus on the use of drought indices. However, these have mixed ...
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Nolan, Rachael H.; Blackman, Chris J.; Resco de Dios, Víctor; Choat, Brendan; Medlyn, Belinda E.; Li, Ximeng; Bradstock, Ross A.; Boer, Matthias M. (MDPI, 2020-07-20)Globally, fire regimes are being altered by changing climatic conditions. New fire regimes have the potential to drive species extinctions and cause ecosystem state changes, with a range of consequences for ecosystem ...