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Type: Journal Article
Author(s): Carla Scarpa; Massimo d'Angelo; Michele Salis; Liliana Del Giudice; Andrea Ventura; Bachisio Arca; Valentina Bacciu; Marcello Casula; Pierpaolo Duce; Grazia Pellizzaro
Publication Date: 2022

Fires represent a threat to several Mediterranean ecosystems. The combination of unmanaged vegetation, land abandonment, and the increase in the amount and continuity of flammable fuels contribute to increasing fire proneness.

This work was conducted under the framework of the Med-Foreste project, aiming to address and improve the ability of public institutions to manage fire risk and handle future choices about prevention in fire-prone areas affected by strong touristic pressure.

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Citation: Scarpa, Carla; d'Angelo, Massimo; Salis, Michele; Del Giudice, Liliana; Ventura, Andrea; Arca, Bachisio; Bacciu, Valentina; Casula, Marcello; Duce, Pierpaolo; Pellizzaro, Grazia. 2022. Modelling the effects of fuel management strategies on fire risk in a Mediterranean coastal area: the case study of Porto Conte Regional Natural Park (Italy). Environmental Sciences Proceedings 17(1):58.

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  • fire simulation
  • Italy
  • risk reduction
  • silvicultural practices
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FRAMES Record Number: 67418