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Posters NH7.1

NH7.1

Spatial and temporal patterns of wildfires: models, theory, and reality
Convener: Mário Pereira  | Co-Conveners: Ricardo Trigo , Kirsten Thonicke 
Orals
 / Mon, 28 Apr, 08:30–12:00  / Room G1
Posters
 / Attendance Mon, 28 Apr, 17:30–19:00  / Blue Posters

Attendance Time: Monday, 28 April 2014, 17:30–19:00
Blue Posters
Chairperson: Mário Pereira, Ricardo Trigo, Kirsten Thonicke
B302
EGU2014-12767
Preliminary results of the PREFER FP7 Project
Lorenzo Fusilli, Giovanni Laneve, Roberto De Bonis, Ana Sebastian, Fabrizio Ferrucci, and Sandra Oliveira

B303
EGU2014-439
An EO-Based Approach to Modelling Ecosystem Health in Response to Wildfire in Central Greece
Aaron Evans and George P. Petropoulos

B304
EGU2014-647
Validation of MODIS and SEVIRI Active Fire Monitoring products over Western Romania. Case study: Arad County
Lavinia Oanea and Mihaela Alina Ristea

B305
EGU2014-4630
Using MODIS data to identify fuel moisture conditions preceding major wildfires in Australian eucalypt forests
Rachael Nolan, Gabriele Caccamo, Matthias Boer, Victor Resco De Dios, and Ross Bradstock

B306 EGU2014-15270
Monitoring Fire Activity in Protected Areas (withdrawn)
Ilaria Palumbo, Marco Clerici, and William Temperley

B307
EGU2014-9170
Supporting FIRE-suppression strategies combining fire spread MODelling and SATellite data in an operational context in Portugal: the FIRE-MODSAT project
Ana C. L. Sá, Akli Benali, Renata M.S. Pinto, José M.C. Pereira, Ricardo M. Trigo, and Carlos C. DaCamara

B308
EGU2014-1952
Mapping Forest Fire Susceptibility in Temperate Mountain Areas with Expert Knowledge. A Case Study from Iezer Mountains, Romanian Carpathians
Bogdan Mihai and Ionut Savulescu

B309
EGU2014-16476
Analysis of active fires and fire radiative power to monitor fire dynamics in Poland
Agata Hościło and Konrad Turlej

B310
EGU2014-3035
Coupling of Bayesian Networks with GIS for wildfire risk assessment on natural and agricultural areas of the Mediterranean
Anke Scherb, Panagiota Papakosta, and Daniel Straub

B311
EGU2014-5405 | presentation
High resolution fire risk mapping in Italy
Paolo Fiorucci, Guido Biondi, Lorenzo Campo, and Mirko D'Andrea

B312
EGU2014-5795
Estimating live fuel status by drought indices: an approach for assessing local impact of climate change on fire danger
Grazia Pellizzaro, Martin Dubrovsky, Sara Bortolu, Andrea Ventura, Bachisio Arca, Pierpaolo Masia, and Pierpaolo Duce

B313
EGU2014-11311
Investigating Over Critical Thresholds of Forest Megafires Danger Conditions in Europe Utilising the ECMWF ERA-Interim Reanalysis
Thomas I. Petroliagkis, Andrea Camia, Giorgio Liberta, Tracy Durrant, Florian Pappenberger, and Jesus San-Miguel-Ayanz

B314
EGU2014-15745
Modeling the effect of climatological drought on European wildfire extent
James H. Stagge, Susana Dias, Francisco Rego, and Lena M. Tallaksen

B315
EGU2014-14640
Analysis of weather condition influencing fire regime in Italy
Valentina Bacciu, Francesco Masala, Michele Salis, Costantino Sirca, and Donatella Spano

B316
EGU2014-15111
Comparing the impacts of the 2003 and 2005 fire seasons and the 2004 drought on NPP in the Iberian Peninsula
Ana Bastos, Célia M. Gouveia, Ana Russo, and Ricardo M. Trigo

B317
EGU2014-4337
Potential impact of climatic variations on Forest Fire severity in Lebanon
Rouba Ziade, Chadi Abdallah, and Nicolas Baghdadi

B318 EGU2014-14699
Recent trends of fire danger in Italy and its relationships with fire activity (withdrawn)
Valentina Bacciu, Costantino Sirca, Francesco Masala, and Donatella Spano

B319
EGU2014-10835
New fire-prone areas in Europe
Kirsten Thonicke, Wolfgang Knorr, Minchao Wu, and Almut Arneth

B320
EGU2014-6489
Future burned area projections in Iberia
Pedro Sousa, Ricardo Trigo, Mário Pereira, Carlos Camara, Célia Gouveia, Joaquín Bedia, and Jose Manuel Gutiérrez

B321
EGU2014-6232
Wildfire Prevention and Suppression plans enhancing: a first overview on strength and weakness in Italian stakeholders experiences and perception.
Laura BONORA, Claudio CONESE, and Anna BARBATI