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Title: Proceedings of the fourth international symposium on fire economics, planning, and policy: climate change and wildfires.
Author: González-Cabán, Armando, tech. coord.
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-245. Albany, CA: Pacific Southwest Research Station, Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture.
Station ID: GTR-PSW-245
Description: These proceedings summarize the results of a symposium designed to address current issues of agencies with wildland fire protection responsibility at the federal and state levels in the United States as well as agencies in the international community. The topics discussed at the symposium included climate change and wildland fires: reality or illusion?, theory and models for strategic fire planning, economic analysis and integrated wildland fire management, forest fires and sustainable forest management, public policies (national and international level) and the wildland fire management problem, hazardous fuels treatment, wildland fire use and fire suppression activities: reduction or contribution to green house gases emissions?, a poster session presenting examples of fire management plans and strategic fire resource allocation, and a final round table on climate change and mega fires discussing and exploring potential solutions. Representatives from international organizations with fire protection responsibilities in 18 countries presented and discussed their experiences on the same issues. Forty invited and contributed papers and 20 posters were presented at the symposium that described the issues and presented state-of-the-art techniques to address technical issues on fire economics, planning, and policy currently faced by land and fire managers.
González-Cabán, Armando, tech. coord. 2013. Proceedings of the fourth international symposium on fire economics, planning, and policy: climate change and wildfires. Gen. Tech. Rep. PSW-GTR-245 (English). Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 405 p.
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William J. de Groot, Michael D. Flannigan, and Brian J. Stocks
Carlos Abrego Aguilar, F. Javier Romera López, Regina de la Rosa Calancha, and Domingo Villalba Indurria
Donald G. MacGregor and Armando González-Cabán
Abílio Pereira Pacheco, João Claro, and Tiago Oliveira
Forecasting Productivity in Forest Fire Suppression Operations: A Methodological Approach Based on Suppression Difficulty Analysis and Documented Experience
Francisco Rodríguez y Silva and Armando González-Cabán
Matthew P. Thompson, Michael S. Hand, Julie W. Gilbertson-Day, Nicole M. Vaillant, and Darek J. Nalle
José J. Sánchez, Ken Baerenklau, Armando González-Cabán, and Kurt Schwabe
Veronique Florec, David Pennell, Michael Burton, Joel Kelso, Drew Mellor, and George Milne
Armando González-Cabán, Thomas P. Holmes, John B. Loomis, and José J. Sánchez
Economic Information on the Historical Behavior of Forest Fires in the Forest Lands in the State of Parana, Brazil
Vitor Alfonso Hoeflick, Alexandre França Tetto, and Antonio Carlo Batista
Laura P. Ponce-Calderón, Dante A. Rodríguez-Trejo, Beatriz C. Aguilar-Váldez, and Elvia López-Pérez
Catastrophic Fat Tails and Non-Smooth Damage Functions- Fire Economics and Climate Change Adaptation for Public Policy
Adriana Keating and John Handmer
Marcos Pedro Ramos Rodríguez and Raúl González Rodríguez
VISUAL-SEVEIF, a Tool for Integrating Fire Behavior Simulation and Economic Evaluation of the Impact of Wildfires
Francisco Rodríguez y Silva, Juan Ramón Molina Martínez, Miguel Ángel Herrera Machuca, and Jesús Mª Rodríguez Leal
José Carlo Mendes de Morais
Gustavo Pérez-Verdín, M. A. Márquez-Linares, A. Cortes-Ortiz, and M. Salmerón-Macías
John W. Benoit, Armando González-Cabán, Francis M. Fujioka, Shyh-Chin Chen, and José J. Sanchez
Recreational Use Management and Wildfires in Southern California: Using GIS and Visual Landscape Simulation Models for Economic Assessment
Daniel Moya, Armando González-Cabán, José J. Sánchez, and José de la Heras
Adaptive Management of Forest Fires in Periurban Areas in the Federal District, Brazil: A Case Study From the Urubu Valley Rural Community
Gabriel Constantino Zacharias and Renata Marson Teixeira de Andrade
Evaluation of the Flammability of Trees and Shrubs Used in the Implementation of Green Barriers in Southern Brazil
Antonio Carlos Batista, Daniela Biondi, Alexandre França Tetto, Rafaela de Assunção, Andressa Tres, Raquel Costa Chiao Travenisk, and Bruna Kovalsyki
María Cecilia Ciampoli Halaman
Maricela Morales-Soto and Marín Pompa-García
Methodological Approach for Assessing the Economic Impact of Forest Fires Using MODIS Remote Sensing Images
Francisco Rodríguez y Silva, Juan Ramón Molina Martínez, and Miguel Castillo Soto
Assessment of Post-Fire Forest Structural Diversity Using Neighborhood Parameter in the Sierra Madre Oriental, Mexico
Diana Yemilet Ávila Flores, Marco Aurelio González Tagle, Javier Jiménez Pérez, Oscar Aguirre Calderón, and Eduardo Treviño Garza
José María León Villalobos, Manuel Anaya Garduño, Enrique Ojeda Trejo, Dante Arturo Rodríguez Trejo, José Luis Oropeza Mota, and Jorge Luis García Rodríguez
Clara Quesada-Fernández and Daniel Quesada-Fernández
Fire Risk in the Road Landscape Patterns of the State of Paraná, Brazil – Planning Grants for the Wildland-Urban Interface
Daniela Biondi, Antonio Carlos Batista, and Angeline Martini
Dante Arturo Rodríguez Trejo and Arturo Cruz Reyes
Pedro Martínez Muñoz and Carlos Alberto Velázquez Sanabria
Ouahiba Meddour-Sahar, Armando González-Cabán, Rachid Meddour, and Arezki Derridj
Eva Reyna Esmeralda Díaz García, Marco Aurelio González Tagle, Javier Jiménez Pérez, Eduardo Javier Treviño Garza, and Diana Yemilet Ávila Flores
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