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Type: Journal Article
Author(s): Matteo Sali; Mirco Boschetti; Gherardo Chirici; Saverio Francini; Francesca Giannetti; Michele Salis; Bachisio Arca; Grazia Pellizzaro; Pierpaolo Duce; Daniela Stroppiana
Publication Date: 2022

The 2021 European summer season has been one of the most intense for Mediterranean regions that experienced a heatwave in August, determining the onset of several fire events across regions in southern Europe. According to preliminary reports, most of the fires occurred in forest and in protected areas (Natura 2000, (accessed on 4 August 2022)) thus affecting system particularly sensitive. Moreover, fire have been increasingly affecting areas of Central and northern Europe as an effect of climate change ( (access date 4 August 2022)).

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Citation: Sali, Matteo; Boschetti, Mirco; Chirici, Gherardo; Francini, Saverio; Giannetti, Francesca; Salis, Michele; Arca, Bachisio; Pellizzaro, Grazia; Duce, Pierpaolo; Stroppiana, Daniela. 2022. An automatic algorithm for mapping burned areas from sentinel data in Mediterranean Europe: analysis of 2021 major fire events in Italy and Greece. Environmental Sciences Proceedings 17(1):106.

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  • area burned
  • burn severity
  • fuzzy algorithm
  • Greece
  • Italy
  • remote sensing
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FRAMES Record Number: 67659