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Publications by author Lovreglio:R.
 

Human factors of fire occurrence in the Mediterranean

  
In Earth Observation of Wildland Fires in Mediterranean Ecosystems (2009), pp. 149-170, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-01754-4_11
edited by Emilio Chuvieco

Abstract

The Mediterranean region accounts the larger proportion of human caused fires in the world (95%) followed by South Asia (90%), South America (85%) and Northeast Asia (80%) (FAO 2007). Socio-economic changes which are occurring in Europe along with global warming result in an augment of fire risk. Systematic and reliable information on fire causes is necessary in order to improve wildland fire management. However, collection of information on forest fire causes and motivations is still quite restricted in most countries around ...

 

Forest fires are changing: let’s change the fire management strategy

  
Forest@ - Rivista di Selvicoltura ed Ecologia Forestale, Vol. 14, No. 4. (31 August 2017), pp. 202-205, https://doi.org/10.3832/efor2537-014

Abstract

Forest fires in Italy are changing. More frequent heatwaves and drought increase the flammability of the vegetation; the abandonment of rural land produces 30.000 ha of newly afforested areas each year; and the wildland-urban interface is expanding with the sprawl of urbanized areas. However, forest fires are rarely understood and managed in their complexity. The public opinion is often misinformed on the causes and consequences of fires in the forest. Moreover, fire management relies almost exclusively on extinction and emergency response, ...

 

Management of Threatened, High Conservation Value, Forest Hotspots Under Changing Fire Regimes

  
In Post-Fire Management and Restoration of Southern European Forests, Vol. 24 (2012), pp. 257-291, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-2208-8_11

Abstract

The current chapter starts by describing the elements of biodiversity in the Mediterranean Basin hotspot. It then describes climate change and fire regime interactions. Geographically restricted forest types with high conservation value such as Abies cephalonica, A. pinsapo, Juniperus macrocarpa, Quercus trojana, Tetraclinis articulata and Pinus leucodermis forests are presented as case studies. These forest hotspots are threatened by changing fire regime either because they lack of any active post-fire regeneration mechanism or because they are exposed to more frequent fires ...

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