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  List of Accepted Contributions - IS35 - NH8.5/AS4.03/CL48 Wildfires, Weather and Climate (co-organized by NH, AS & CL; co-listed in GM & SSS)

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Bonacci, O.; Gottstein, S.; Roje-Bonacci, T.; Vuletiæ, J.
Effects of wildfire on hydrology, erosion processes and ecology on karst environment: case of the island of Hvar (Croatia)

Amiro, B.
Boreal forest fire and climate change: do we know the net impacts?

Girardin, M.P.; Mudelsee, M.
Past and future changes in Canadian boreal wildfire activity

Ceccato, P.; Someshwar, S.; Nengah Surati Jaya, I.; Qian, J.H.; Ebrahimian, E.
Climate forecast, early warning and response to peatland fires in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

Bugalho, L.; Pessanha, L.; Café, B.; Tavares, R.; Sanchez, J.
Monitoring forest fire in Portugal with the Combined Forest Fire Risk Index (ICRIF)

Wotton, M; Nock, C ; Flannigan, M
The impacts of climate change on forest fire occurrence in Canada

Timár, G.; Kern, A.; Molnár, G.; Németh, Á.; Konkoly-Bihari, Z.; Szalai, S.; Bognár, P.; Virágh, P.
Leaf loss and wildfires in the central Hungarian forests during the July 2007 heat wave in MODIS satellite images

Carvalho, A.; Flannigan, M.; Logan, K.; Miranda, A.I.; Borrego, C.
Fire weather risk over Portugal under a changing climate scenario

Founda, D.; Giannakopoulos, C.; Sarantopoulos, A.; Petrakis, M.; Zerefos, C.
Estimating present and future fire risk in Greece: Links with the destructive fires of summer 2007

Altava-Ortiz , V.; Llasat, M.C.; Castro, F.X.; Montserrat, D.; Gabriel, E.; Canyameres, E.
First approach on estimating the meteorological contribution to the wildfire risk level enhancement. Application to the Wildfire Risk Map confection in Catalonia

Fiorucci, P.; Gaetani, F.; Minciardi, R.; D'Andrea, M.
Analysis of fire regime variability in connection with inter-annual climate variability in Mediterranean areas

Le Page, Y.; van der Werf, G.; Turkman, K.F.; Pereira, J.M.C
An observation-derived fire model for estimating past and future fire activity

Erpicum, M.; Fettweis, X.; Mabille, G.; François, L.
Automatic weather pattern classification (1958-2007) applied to an analysis of climatic conditions of wildfires. The case of eastern Belgium (peaty heathlands)

Heil, A; Rast, S; Schultz, MG
The influence of El Niño on fires and fire emissions in Indonesia

Wang, Y; Flannigan, M; Anderson, K
Correlation between forest fires in the province of British Columbia, Canada and the Pacific Ocean sea surface temperature

Flamant, C.; Chazette, P.; Mari, C.; and the FIREMEX group, .
The Fire Mediterranean Experiment (FIREMEX) initiative

Pereira, M. G.; Trigo, R. M.; Malamud, B. D.; DaCamara, C. C.
Ecoregions and wildfire regimes in Continental Portugal

Moritz, M; Krawchuk, M
Global pyrogeography: Macro-scaled models of fire-climate relationships for understanding current and future conditions

Trigo, R.M.; Pereira, M.G.; DaCamara, C.C.; Pereira, J.M.; Ramos, A.
The role of meteorological and climate anomalies in recent summer time fire events in Portugal

DaCamara, C.C.; Calado, T.J.; Trigo, R.M.; Pereira, M.G.; Gouveia, C.
Modelling fire risk in Continental Portugal

Viegas, D. X.; Abrantes, T.; Ribeiro, L. M.; Santo, F. E.; Viegas, M. T.; Silva, J.
Fire weather in the last five years fire seasons in Portugal

Castellnou, M.; Miralles, M.; Held, A.; Kraus, D.
Spatial analysis of wildfire patterns with a logic based fire behaviour prediction system - an analytical method using wildfire patterns and fire behaviour signatures to identify critical points of high risk potential

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