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Gerald J. Lenhard
Wildland fires cause serious damage to the forest areas of Europe every year. They also affect people and their properties. In the Mediterranean countries fire has been a natural element of forests, largely determining its species composition and landscape structure, but at the same time it is the most significant hazard to forests and increasingly a risk to people and settlements. Fire management and protection is currently also a topic of active research.

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  1. Burned Areas in Russia
  2. Centre de Recerca Ecològica i Aplicacions Forestals (CREAF)
    • Centre for Ecological Research and Forestry Applications; Centro de Investigación Ecológica y Aplicaciones Forestales
  3. Centre Tecnològic Forestal de Catalunya (CTFC)
    • Forest Sciences Center of Catalonia (CTFC)
  4. Centro de Ecologia Aplicada Prof. Baeta Neves (CEABN)
    • Centre for Applied Ecology Prof. Baeta Neves
  5. Corpo Forestale dello Stato
    • State Forest Service [Italy]
  6. COST Action FP0701. Post-Fire Forest Management in Southern Europe
  7. Database on Forest Disturbances in Europe (DFDE)
  8. Défense des Forêts Contre l'Incendie (DFCI Aquitaine)
  9. EuroFire
  10. European Forest Fire Information System (EFFIS)
  11. FAO/GFMC Wildland Fire Management Terminology
  12. Fire management - global assessment 2006
  13. Forest Fires Related EU Legislation
  14. Fundación Centro de Estudios Ambientales del Mediterráneo (CEAM)
    • Centre for the study of the Mediterranean Environment
  15. Global Charcoal Database
  16. Global Fire Data: burned area, emissions, ancillary data (GFED)
  17. Global Fire Emissions Database, Version 2 (GFEDv2.1)
  18. Global Fire Monitoring Center (GFMC)
  19. Instytut Badawczy Leśnictwa (IBL)
    • Forest Research Institute [Poland]
  20. Integrated Fire Management Expert Group (IFMEG)

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