04 9月 2023 gabriels



  • Sander Veraverbeke,荷兰阿姆斯特丹自由大学
  • Matthias Boer,澳大利亚西悉尼大学
  • Paulo Brando,美国耶鲁大学
  • Adrianna Foster,美国国家大气研究中心
  • Scott Goetz,美国北亚利桑那大学



Recent extreme fire seasons in among others Amazonia, Eastern Australia, the western United States and the Arctic underscore the urgent need to better understand the interactions between climate change, human activity and fire regimes. Climate change leads to longer fire seasons, more frequent droughts and more extreme fire weather and behavior. Fire emissions of greenhouse gases and aerosols, and changes in surface biogeophysical properties, in turn influence regional to global climate. Humans act as both an ignition source and suppressor of fire. In addition, humans alter vegetation and thus fuels and their landscape connectivity. Land and fire management should strive to balance the natural role of fire in many ecosystems with mitigation of detrimental effects of fire on society, for example through air pollution. Combined climate change, human and fire impacts alter ecosystem functioning, carbon storage and biodiversity.



Strong winds drive grassland fires in China

Zhou Wang et al 2023 Environ. Res. Lett. 18 015005


Wildfire burn severity and emissions inventory: an example implementation over California

Qingqing Xu et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 085008


Multi-stakeholder analysis of fire risk reduction in a densely populated area in the Netherlands: a case-study in the Veluwe area

Evelien de Hoop et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett.17 095011


Simulating burn severity maps at 30 meters in two forested regions in California

Jonathan A Sam et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 105004


Spatial and temporal patterns of wildfire burn severity and biomass burning-induced emissions in California

Qingqing Xu et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 115001


Interactions between hot and dry fuel conditions and vegetation dynamics in the 2017 fire season in Portugal

Tiago Ermitão et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 095009


The costs and benefits of fire management for carbon mitigation in Alaska through 2100

Molly Elder et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 105001


Winter and spring climate explains a large portion of interannual variability and trend in western U.S. summer fire burned area

Ronnie Abolafia-Rosenzweig et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 054030


Global environmental controls on wildfire burnt area, size, and intensity

Olivia Haas et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 065004


The influence of thinning and prescribed burning on future forest fires in fire-prone regions of Europe

S S Rabin et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 055010


Western Canada’s new wildfire reality needs a new approach to fire management

Kira M Hoffman et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 061001


Future increases in lightning ignition efficiency and wildfire occurrence expected from drier fuels in boreal forest ecosystems of western North America

Thomas D Hessilt et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 054008


Future climate change impact on wildfire danger over the Mediterranean: the case of Greece

Anastasios Rovithakis et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 045022


Climate drivers of global wildfire burned area

Manolis Grillakis et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 045021


Spatial patterns and drivers for wildfire ignitions in California

Bin Chen and Yufang Jin 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 055004


Climate-induced fire regime amplification in Alberta, Canada

Ellen Whitman et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 055003


Intensification of fire regimes and forest loss in the Território Indígena do Xingu

Divino V Silvério et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 045012


Fires that matter: reconceptualizing fire risk to include interactions between humans and the natural environment

Virginia Iglesias et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 045014


Evidence that modern fires may be unprecedented during the last 3400 years in permafrost zone of Central Siberia, Russia

Elena Yu Novenko et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 025004


Overwintering fires rising in eastern Siberia

Wenxuan Xu et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 045005


Siberian taiga and tundra fire regimes from 2001–2020

Anna C Talucci et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 025001


Assessing the role of compound drought and heatwave events on unprecedented 2020 wildfires in the Pantanal

Renata Libonati et al 2022 Environ. Res. Lett. 17 015005


Spatio-temporal variation in dry season determines the Amazonian fire calendar

Nathália S Carvalho et al 2021 Environ. Res. Lett. 16 125009


Understanding and modelling wildfire regimes: an ecological perspective

Sandy P Harrison et al 2021 Environ. Res. Lett. 16 125008


Spring fires in Russia: results from participatory burned area mapping with Sentinel-2 imagery

Igor Glushkov et al 2021 Environ. Res. Lett. 16 125005


Environmental Research Letters

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