Fire is an essential Earth system process that is rapidly changing in response to climate and human land use changes. Climate, vegetation and human activity regulate fire occurrence and spread, but fires also feedback to them in multiple ways. This session welcomes contributions on all aspects of linkages between fire, vegetation, climate, and humans to share recent advances and foster interdisciplinary discussions. We encourage all abstracts that explore the role of fire in the Earth system at any temporal and spatial scale using modeling, field and laboratory observations, and/or remote sensing, with an emphasis on studies that advance our understanding on interactions between fire and (1) weather, climate, and atmospheric chemistry, (2) biogeochemical cycles, land water and energy budgets, and vegetation composition and structure, and (3) human land management (e.g. impact of fire on air and water quality, deforestation, human health, and economy). We also welcome contributions focusing on fire characterization, including (4) fire behavior and emissions (e.g. fire duration, intensity, emission factors, emission height, smoke transport), (5) spatial and temporal changes of fires in the past, present, and future, (6) fire products and models, and their validation and error/bias assessment, and (7) analytical tools designed to enhance situational awareness among fire practitioners and early warning systems.
9:00 – 9:05 Intro
9:05 – 9:31 Climate, fire weather & fire management
9:11 Invited: Managing fire to avoid wildfires in fire-prone ecosystems - Isabel Belloni
9:31 – 9:45 Fire impacts on soil, water & air
9:45 – 9:59 Mapping & modeling fire
9:59 – 10:30 Break-out text chats
10:30 – 11:00 Break
11:00 – 11:24 Arctic & boreal fires
11:04 Invited: Intensifying fire regimes in the arctic-boreal zone - Brendan Rogers
11:24 – 11:46 Paleofire
11:46 – 12:30 Break-out text chats
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