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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. International Forest Fire News (IFFN)
  2. Living with fire
  3. Max-Planck-Institut für Chemie - Arbeitsgruppe Feuerökologie
    • Max-Planck Chemical Institute - Fire Ecology Research Group
  4. NASA Fire Information for Resource Management System (FIRMS)
  5. Núcleo de Investigação Científica de Incêndios Florestais (NICIF)
    • Centre for Forest Fires Scientific Research [Portugal]
  6. Osservatorio Incendi Boschivi
    • Forest Fire Observatory
  7. Pau Costa Foundation - Ecología del fuego y gestión de incendios
    • Pau Costa Foundation on fire ecology & management
  8. Plano Nacional de Defesa da Floresta Contra Incêndios
    • National Forest Fire Protection Plan [Portugal]
  9. Prométhée
  10. Silva Mediterranea
  11. UK Vegetation Fire Standard (UKVFS) - Data Fields and Terminology for Wildfire Incidents and Prescribed Burning Operations within Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  12. UNECE Forest Fire Statistics
  13. World Fire Atlas
  14. Авиалесоохрана
    • Avialesookhrana
  15. Лесные пожары в России
    • Forest fires in Russia
  16. Росстат - Окружающая среда
    • Rosstat - Environment

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