Forestfire 2013 – Communications


Communications/résumés — 98 Mo

 

KEYNOTE 1: Overview of Australian bushfire hazard and risk assessment at the rural/urban interface Raphaële Blanchi, CSIRO (Australia)

S1: Fire risk and WUI mapping
/ Cartographie des interfaces habitat-forêt et du risque d’incendie
#1 WUI and fire typologies: where are we ? Andrea Duane
#2 A robust GIS approach to map WUI in the Alpine Regions. Marj Tonini
#3 Anthropogenic forest fire susceptibility mapping using random forest algorithm Carmen D. Vega Orozco
#4 WUI mapping in Spain for wildfire risk management: national and local scales Gema Herrero Corral
#5 Un logiciel européen pour la cartographie des interfaces habitat-forêt Christophe Bouillon
#6 Mapping Rural Urban Interface and assessing its fire exposure in Mediterranean areas Constantino Sirca
KEYNOTE 2: WUI Wildfire Losses in California Jon Keeley, USGS (USA)

S2: Vulnerability /
Vulnérabilité
#7 Assessment of house vulnerability to wildfires in Portugal M. Conceiçâo Colaço
#8 Further developing the products of the Italian project SIGRI to meet the requirements for the management of forest fires at Wildland-Urban Interfaces Giovanni Laneve
#9 Assessment of wildland-urban interface vulnerability to fire using a multi-criteria analysis Lilian Pugnet

S3: Survey
/ Etudes de cas
#10 L’apport des retours d’expérience pour la caractérisation des complexes forêt habitat de même sensibilité aux incendies Yvon Duché
#11 Fire risk perception in small fire prone communities. Study cases. Clara Quesada- Fernàndez

S4: Ignition drivers and firefighting /
Facteurs d’ignition et lutte
#12 New approaches to analysis and predict the occurrence of human caused ignitions José Ramon Gonzàlez Olabarria
#13 Firefighters risk perception on firefighting tasks at the WUI Clara Quesada Fernàndez

S5: Fire modeling /
Modélisation du feu
#14 Decision support tools for wildfire risk management: Case studies from the US and Mediterranean region Michele Salis
#15 La modélisation feu de forêt (FIRETEC) au service de l’urbanisme en Ardèche et dans le Lot et Garonne Hubert d’Avezac
#16 Modeling wildfire ignition in the Tyrolian Alps (Austria) under current and future climate conditions Bodo Malowerschnig
#17 Effet d’un feu de forêt sur l’environnement physique d’un bâtiment avec FIRETEC François Pimont
#18 From models to field applications: Quito’s strategy David Proano Castro
#19 A regional fire prevention protocol for WUI based on static and dynamic fire risk maps Paolo Fiorucci
#20 Evaluation of the performances of the fire simulators FOREFIRE and FARSITE in Mediterranean areas Jean Baptiste Filippi

S6: Fuel /
Le combustible
#21 Role of ornamental vegetation in the propagation of fire in WUI of Southern France: flammability and combustibility of ornamental species Anne Ganteaume
#22 Contribution des friches agricoles et des haies ornementales à la propagation des incendies au sein des complexes forêt habitat Daniel Bourgouin
KEYNOTE 3: Overview on fire risk/fire regimes in Europe Andrea Camia, JRC (Italy)

S7: Fire risk /
Risque d’incendie
#23 Characterization of fire risk in the wildland-urban interface: A case study in NW of Spain Maria Luisa Chas-Amil
#24 Development of a web-based Fire Danger Forecasting System for Mediterranean Landscapes using Open Source Software and crowd-sourced Weather Data – the Isle of Sardinia (Italy) as an Example Michael Nolde
#25 Advances and challenges to mapping fire risk in the W-UI using LiDAR telemetry David Caballero
#26 Socio-Economic Factors Affecting the Forest Fires (A Case Study of Antalya – Turkey) Ufuk Cosgun

Poster Session
#P1 Modeling the probability of wildfire occurrence in the Valencian Community (Spain) Hassane Moutahir
#P2 Expansion of the wildland-urban interface in coastal areas of Sardinia over the period 1954-2008 Grazia Pellizzaro
#P3 Spatio-temporal dynamics of the Wildland-Urban Interface in the alpine context: a remote sensing approach Marj Tonini
#P4 Long-term post-wildfire natural evolution of soil organic matter composition and dynamics on perennial forests from southwestern Europe Irene Fernandez
#P5 Interface habitat-forêt et sensibilité aux incendies dans la wilaya de Tizi Ouzou (Algérie) Ouahiba Meddour-Sahar
#P6 Wildfire Prevention and Response Plan: the importance of Quito’s surveillance and detection strategy Freddy Yandün
#P7 Historical changes in potential wildfire behavior and likelihood: a case study from the Mediterranean Basin Fermîn J. Alcasena Urdîroz
#P8 Fire danger and drought projections in the Mediterranean region under climate change conditions Constantino Sirca
#P9 Wildfire occurrence and frequency in Portuguese landscape Marta Rocha
#P10 A Multicriteria Approach for Wildfire Risk Assessment in Rural Urban Interface Franco Casula
#P11 Evaluation et cartographie de la sensibilité aux incendies des complexes forêt habitat en région méditerranéenne française Yvon Duché
#P12 Suitability of the PREFER project products to the management of the forest fires at Wildland-Urban Interfaces Giovanni Laneve
#P13 Towards a prevented community Maria Cecilia Ciampoli Halaman
#P14 The analysis of wildland-urban interface dynamics in wildfire risk prevention Marlène Long
#P15 Assessing wildfire risk in the wildland – rural/urban interface by using spatial fire behaviour prediction in Mediterranean Basin Ioannis Mitsopoulos
#P16 Fire risk perception in small fire prone communities. Study cases. Clara Quesada-Fernàndez