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1. Holocene fire history in China: responses to climate change and human activities.

Fire is an intrinsic feature of terrestrial ecosystems as well as a key Earth system process that significantly influences ecosystem patterns, the carbon cycle, and climate. Although local and regional paleofires across China have been investigated, the history of these phenomena at the national...

Author(s) : Xu Xin; Li Fang; Lin ZhongDa; Song Xiang

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.753

2. Polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs) in the Canadian environment: sources and emissions.

Twenty-five years after the first look at polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs) in Canada, this article presents current knowledge on Canadian PAC emission sources. The analysis is based on national inventories (the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) and the Air Pollutant Emissions...

Author(s) : Berthiaume, A.; Galarneau, E.; Marson, G.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environmental Pollution 2021 Vol.269 ref.many

3. Delayed death of Xing'an Larch in burns of different degrees.

At the burns ofHanma National Nature Reserve in 2018 according to different degree of fire, we set up 9 standard sample(30 m by 30 m), a total of 760 delayed death Xing'an Larch as the whole sample, DBH was divided into seven levels to study the different degree burns different DBH grade Xing'an...

Author(s) : Li Wei; Zhou Mei; Zhao Pengwu; Shu Yang; Wang ZiXuan; Zhang JinQi

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.48-51 ref.16

4. Relevant factor analysis of wildfire of Zhejiang Province using geographically weighted logistic regression models.

Wildfire is an important disturbance factor in the forest ecosystem, a key factor in maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem structure, and is also a main threat to forest resources, atmospheric environment and human life and property safety. We explored the characteristics of temporal change and...

Author(s) : Peng XuJian; Jin QuanFeng; Zhan QingBin; Guo FuTao

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.57-66 ref.31

5. Dynamic change and prediction model with moisture code of moisture content of fuel in different surface layerin the typical forest stand of laoyeling mountain.

The moisture content of fuel in different layers of forest surface has an important impact on the vertical spread of forest fire and the possibility of underground fire. The Canadian Forest Fire Danger Rating System is the most widely used in the world, in which three moisture code represent the...

Author(s) : Zhang YunLin

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.67-73

6. Moisture content prediction model of fine dead fuel in typical forest and meadows in Daxing'an mountains.

It is of great scientific significance to accurately predict the finedead fuel moisture content in forest and grass for improving the prediction accuracy of forest and grassland fire risk. With the finedead fuel in the Larix gmelinii-Butula platyphylla mixied forest, L. gmelinii forest, Quercus...

Author(s) : Zhang Ran; Zhang XingLong; Hu HaiQing; Qu ZhiLin

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.74-80 ref.49

7. Effects of major fire environmental factors on moisture content of surface dead fuel in Daxing'an mountains, Inner Mongolia.

Forest surface dead fuel has great impacts on forest fire, so it is of great significance to study the moisture content of forest surface dead fuel for forest fire management. The surface dead fuel moisture content in different forest types and different areas in Daxing'an Mountains in Inner...

Author(s) : Yi BoLe; Liu YanMing; Zhang Heng

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.81-86

8. Impacts of increasing fine fuel loads on acorn germination and early growth of oak seedlings.

Prescribed fire is increasingly used to restore and maintain upland oak (Quercus L. spp.) ecosystems in the central and eastern US. However, little is known about how prescribed fire affects recently fallen acorns under different fine fuel loads, which can vary with stand composition and basal...

Author(s) : Nation, R. E.; Alexander, H. D.; Denny, G.; McDaniel, J. K.; Paulson, A. K.

Publisher : SpringerOpen, New York, USA

Journal article : Fire Ecology 2021 Vol.17 No.1 ref.64

9. Exploring the use of spectral indices to assess alterations in soil properties in pine stands affected by crown fire in Spain.

Forest fires have increased in extent and intensity in the Mediterranean area in recent years, threatening forest ecosystems through loss of vegetation, changes in soil properties, and increased soil erosion rates, particularly in severely burned areas. However, establishing the relationships...

Author(s) : Fernández, C.; Fernández-Alonso, J. M.; Vega, J. A.; Fontúrbel, T.; Llorens, R.; Sobrino, J. A.

Publisher : SpringerOpen, New York, USA

Journal article : Fire Ecology 2021 Vol.17 No.2 ref.70

10. Spatial scale in prescribed fire regimes: an understudied aspect in conservation with examples from the southeastern United States.

The idea that not all fire regimes are created equal is a central theme in fire research and conservation. Fire frequency (i.e., temporal scale) is likely the most studied fire regime attribute as it relates to conservation of fire-adapted ecosystems. Generally, research converges on fire frequency ...

Author(s) : Mason, D. S.; Lashley, M. A.

Publisher : SpringerOpen, New York, USA

Journal article : Fire Ecology 2021 Vol.17 No.3 ref.many

11. Effect of forest fire disturbance and climate factors on the radial growth of Larix gmelinii.

Fire disturbance has an important impact on the stability of forest ecosystem. Taking the Mohe forest area after the forest fire in May 1987 as the research object, the sample plots were set up according to different fire intensity. The tree ring sample cores of Larix gmelinii were collected in...

Author(s) : Li QiYao; Liu YanHong

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.1 pp.6-11, 22 ref.35

12. Simulation of fire spread in coniferous bed of larix gmelinii.

With the surface fuel of Dahurian larch(Larix gmelinii), a typical forest type in Maoershan region, Heilongjiang Province, we studied the relationship between the different fuel moisture content, fuel load, wind speed, slope and the spreading speed. A total of 4(fuel load)×4(fuel moisture...

Author(s) : Zhang XiaoYi; Hu TongXin; Liu FangCe; Sun Long

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.1 pp.117-124

13. Burning characteristics of herbaceous eupatorium adenophorum Spreng.

Field investigation was carried out in the forest area around Kunming, and with Eupatorium adenophorum Spreng the characteristics of fire behavior(including ignition time, radiant heat, flame height and spread time, etc.) were measured by thermocouple in the laboratory under controlled conditions....

Author(s) : Yan XiangXiang; Wang QiuHua; Zhang WenWen; Long TengTeng; Li XiaoNa; Hu JingJun; Ren JunQiao

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.1 pp.125-128, 131

14. Understanding the key characteristics and challenges of pine barrens restoration: insights from a Delphi survey of forest land managers and researchers.

Pine barrens are open-canopy ecological communities once prevalent on sandy soils across the northern Great Lakes Region of the United States and Canada, though fire suppression and plantation forestry have now reduced them to a few isolated areas. Efforts to restore pine barrens are underway on...

Author(s) : Gobster, P. H.; Schneider, I. E.; Floress, K. M.; Haines, A. L.; Arnberger, A.; Dockry, M. J.; Benton, C.

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Restoration Ecology 2021 Vol.29 No.1

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Search results: 33,492 results (approx.)

1. Holocene fire history in China: responses to climate change and human activities.

Fire is an intrinsic feature of terrestrial ecosystems as well as a key Earth system process that significantly influences ecosystem patterns, the carbon cycle, and climate. Although local and regional paleofires across China have been investigated, the history of these phenomena at the national...

Author(s) : Xu Xin; Li Fang; Lin ZhongDa; Song Xiang

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.753

2. Polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs) in the Canadian environment: sources and emissions.

Twenty-five years after the first look at polycyclic aromatic compounds (PACs) in Canada, this article presents current knowledge on Canadian PAC emission sources. The analysis is based on national inventories (the National Pollutant Release Inventory (NPRI) and the Air Pollutant Emissions...

Author(s) : Berthiaume, A.; Galarneau, E.; Marson, G.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Environmental Pollution 2021 Vol.269 ref.many

3. Delayed death of Xing'an Larch in burns of different degrees.

At the burns ofHanma National Nature Reserve in 2018 according to different degree of fire, we set up 9 standard sample(30 m by 30 m), a total of 760 delayed death Xing'an Larch as the whole sample, DBH was divided into seven levels to study the different degree burns different DBH grade Xing'an...

Author(s) : Li Wei; Zhou Mei; Zhao Pengwu; Shu Yang; Wang ZiXuan; Zhang JinQi

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.48-51 ref.16

4. Relevant factor analysis of wildfire of Zhejiang Province using geographically weighted logistic regression models.

Wildfire is an important disturbance factor in the forest ecosystem, a key factor in maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem structure, and is also a main threat to forest resources, atmospheric environment and human life and property safety. We explored the characteristics of temporal change and...

Author(s) : Peng XuJian; Jin QuanFeng; Zhan QingBin; Guo FuTao

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.57-66 ref.31

5. Dynamic change and prediction model with moisture code of moisture content of fuel in different surface layerin the typical forest stand of laoyeling mountain.

The moisture content of fuel in different layers of forest surface has an important impact on the vertical spread of forest fire and the possibility of underground fire. The Canadian Forest Fire Danger Rating System is the most widely used in the world, in which three moisture code represent the...

Author(s) : Zhang YunLin

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.67-73

6. Moisture content prediction model of fine dead fuel in typical forest and meadows in Daxing'an mountains.

It is of great scientific significance to accurately predict the finedead fuel moisture content in forest and grass for improving the prediction accuracy of forest and grassland fire risk. With the finedead fuel in the Larix gmelinii-Butula platyphylla mixied forest, L. gmelinii forest, Quercus...

Author(s) : Zhang Ran; Zhang XingLong; Hu HaiQing; Qu ZhiLin

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.74-80 ref.49

7. Effects of major fire environmental factors on moisture content of surface dead fuel in Daxing'an mountains, Inner Mongolia.

Forest surface dead fuel has great impacts on forest fire, so it is of great significance to study the moisture content of forest surface dead fuel for forest fire management. The surface dead fuel moisture content in different forest types and different areas in Daxing'an Mountains in Inner...

Author(s) : Yi BoLe; Liu YanMing; Zhang Heng

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.3 pp.81-86

8. Impacts of increasing fine fuel loads on acorn germination and early growth of oak seedlings.

Prescribed fire is increasingly used to restore and maintain upland oak (Quercus L. spp.) ecosystems in the central and eastern US. However, little is known about how prescribed fire affects recently fallen acorns under different fine fuel loads, which can vary with stand composition and basal...

Author(s) : Nation, R. E.; Alexander, H. D.; Denny, G.; McDaniel, J. K.; Paulson, A. K.

Publisher : SpringerOpen, New York, USA

Journal article : Fire Ecology 2021 Vol.17 No.1 ref.64

9. Exploring the use of spectral indices to assess alterations in soil properties in pine stands affected by crown fire in Spain.

Forest fires have increased in extent and intensity in the Mediterranean area in recent years, threatening forest ecosystems through loss of vegetation, changes in soil properties, and increased soil erosion rates, particularly in severely burned areas. However, establishing the relationships...

Author(s) : Fernández, C.; Fernández-Alonso, J. M.; Vega, J. A.; Fontúrbel, T.; Llorens, R.; Sobrino, J. A.

Publisher : SpringerOpen, New York, USA

Journal article : Fire Ecology 2021 Vol.17 No.2 ref.70

10. Spatial scale in prescribed fire regimes: an understudied aspect in conservation with examples from the southeastern United States.

The idea that not all fire regimes are created equal is a central theme in fire research and conservation. Fire frequency (i.e., temporal scale) is likely the most studied fire regime attribute as it relates to conservation of fire-adapted ecosystems. Generally, research converges on fire frequency ...

Author(s) : Mason, D. S.; Lashley, M. A.

Publisher : SpringerOpen, New York, USA

Journal article : Fire Ecology 2021 Vol.17 No.3 ref.many

11. Effect of forest fire disturbance and climate factors on the radial growth of Larix gmelinii.

Fire disturbance has an important impact on the stability of forest ecosystem. Taking the Mohe forest area after the forest fire in May 1987 as the research object, the sample plots were set up according to different fire intensity. The tree ring sample cores of Larix gmelinii were collected in...

Author(s) : Li QiYao; Liu YanHong

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.1 pp.6-11, 22 ref.35

12. Simulation of fire spread in coniferous bed of larix gmelinii.

With the surface fuel of Dahurian larch(Larix gmelinii), a typical forest type in Maoershan region, Heilongjiang Province, we studied the relationship between the different fuel moisture content, fuel load, wind speed, slope and the spreading speed. A total of 4(fuel load)×4(fuel moisture...

Author(s) : Zhang XiaoYi; Hu TongXin; Liu FangCe; Sun Long

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.1 pp.117-124

13. Burning characteristics of herbaceous eupatorium adenophorum Spreng.

Field investigation was carried out in the forest area around Kunming, and with Eupatorium adenophorum Spreng the characteristics of fire behavior(including ignition time, radiant heat, flame height and spread time, etc.) were measured by thermocouple in the laboratory under controlled conditions....

Author(s) : Yan XiangXiang; Wang QiuHua; Zhang WenWen; Long TengTeng; Li XiaoNa; Hu JingJun; Ren JunQiao

Publisher : Editorial Board of Journal of NEFU, Harbin, China

Journal article : Journal of Northeast Forestry University 2021 Vol.49 No.1 pp.125-128, 131

14. Understanding the key characteristics and challenges of pine barrens restoration: insights from a Delphi survey of forest land managers and researchers.

Pine barrens are open-canopy ecological communities once prevalent on sandy soils across the northern Great Lakes Region of the United States and Canada, though fire suppression and plantation forestry have now reduced them to a few isolated areas. Efforts to restore pine barrens are underway on...

Author(s) : Gobster, P. H.; Schneider, I. E.; Floress, K. M.; Haines, A. L.; Arnberger, A.; Dockry, M. J.; Benton, C.

Publisher : Wiley, Boston, USA

Journal article : Restoration Ecology 2021 Vol.29 No.1

15. Increased colluvial hollow discharge and subsequent recovery after a low intensity wildfire in the Blue Ridge Mountains, USA.

Wildfires in mountainous regions have been documented to enhance water repellent soils which can increase runoff, erosion, and sedimentation during subsequent rain events. However, the extent of soil hydrophobicity and water repellency varies significantly with burn severity and between ecosystems, ...

Author(s) : Stiefel, L. C.; Cooley, S. C.; Johnson, B. G.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.1

16. Connectivity of post-fire runoff and sediment from nested hillslopes and watersheds.

Wildfire increases the potential connectivity of runoff and sediment throughout watersheds due to greater bare soil, runoff and erosion as compared to pre-fire conditions. This research examines the connectivity of post-fire runoff and sediment from hillslopes (< 1.5 ha; n = 31) and catchments...

Author(s) : Wilson, C.; Kampf, S. K.; Ryan, S.; Covino, T.; MacDonald, L. H.; Gleason, H.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.1

17. An analytical solution for rapidly predicting post-fire peak streamflow for small watersheds in southern California.

Following wildfires, the probability of flooding and debris flows increase, posing risks to human lives, downstream communities, infrastructure, and ecosystems. In southern California (USA), the Rowe, Countryman, and Storey (RCS) 1949 methodology is an empirical method that is used to rapidly...

Author(s) : Wilder, B. A.; Lancaster, J. T.; Cafferata, P. H.; Coe, D. B. R.; Swanson, B. J.; Lindsay, D. N.; Short, W. R.; Kinoshita, A. M.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.1

18. Compaction and cover effects on runoff and erosion in post-fire salvage logged areas in the Valley Fire, California.

Runoff and erosion processes can increase after wildfire and post-fire salvage logging, but little is known about the specific effects of soil compaction and surface cover after post-fire salvage logging activities on these processes. We carried out rainfall simulations after a high-severity...

Author(s) : Prats, S. A.; Malvar, M. C.; Wagenbrenner, J. W.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Hydrological Processes 2021 Vol.35 No.1 ref.2

19. Potential impacts of extreme heat and bushfires on dementia.

Australia often experiences natural disasters and extreme weather conditions such as: flooding, sandstorms, heatwaves, and bushfires (also known as wildfires or forest fires). The proportion of the Australian population aged 65 years and over is increasing, alongside the severity and frequency of...

Author(s) : Farugia, T. L.; Cuni-Lopez, C.; White, A. R.

Publisher : IOS Press, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : JAD, Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 2021 Vol.79 No.3 pp.969-978 ref.113

20. Recurring fires in Mediterranean habitats and their impact on bats.

The pyrodiversity begets biodiversity hypothesis suggests that wildfires drive habitat diversification, allowing species with different niches to coexist and increasing biodiversity. However, despite numerous wildfires studies, limited research has addressed species-specific effects of fire...

Author(s) : López-Baucells, A.; Flaquer, C.; Mas, M.; Pons, P.; Puig-Montserrat, X.

Publisher : Springer, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Biodiversity and Conservation 2021 Vol.30 No.2 pp.385-402 ref.many

21. Forest fire probability mapping in eastern Serbia: logistic regression versus random forest method.

Forest fire risk has increased globally during the previous decades. The Mediterranean region is traditionally the most at risk in Europe, but continental countries like Serbia have experienced significant economic and ecological losses due to forest fires. To prevent damage to forests and...

Author(s) : Milanović, S.; Marković, N.; Pamučar, D.; Gigović, L.; Kostić, P.; Milanović, S. D.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : Forests 2021 Vol.12 No.1 ref.93

22. Chemical composition of soil-associated ash from the southern California Thomas fire and its potential inhalation risks to farmworkers.

The increasing frequency and severity of wildfires poses human health risks, especially for those within burnt regions. The potential health effects of fire ash on farmworkers in orchards via inhalation exposure after fire is rarely studied. After the 2017 Thomas Fire, in Ventura County...

Author(s) : Wan XiaoMing; Li ChongYang; Parikh, S. J.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Journal of Environmental Management 2021 Vol.278 No.Part 2

23. Determinants of post-fire regeneration demography in a subtropical monsoon-climate forest in Southwest China.

Understanding the determinants of post-fire regeneration is critical for determining an appropriate restoration program following fire disturbances. However, studies addressing the drivers of post-fire regeneration of forests in monsoon climate are rare. This study explored the temporal and spatial ...

Author(s) : Luo CaiFang; Shen ZeHao; Li YiYing; Han Jie; Pausas, J. G.; Xu Qian; Zhang ZhiMing; Jiang YouXu

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Science of the Total Environment 2021 Vol.766

24. Numerical investigation of atmosphere-fire interactions during high-impact wildland fire events in Greece.

This study investigated two high-impact wildland fire events that took place on 23 July 2018 in Attica Region, Central Greece during extreme prevailing weather conditions. The tragic aftermath was 102 life losses in MATI fire event, the largest number of deaths from a fire event in history of the...

Author(s) : Kartsios, S.; Karacostas, T.; Pytharoulis, I.; Dimitrakopoulos, A. P.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Atmospheric Research 2021 Vol.247 ref.many

25. Estimating contributions of black and brown carbon to solar absorption from aethalometer and aeronet measurements in the highly polluted Kathmandu valley, Nepal.

We estimated the individual contributions of black carbon (BC) and brown carbon (BrC) to the aerosol absorption coefficient (σap) and absorption aerosol optical depth (AAOD) in the highly polluted Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, by applying the absorption Angstrom exponent (AAE) method to multi-wavelength ...

Author(s) : Kim, S. W.; Cho, C.; Rupakheti, M.

Publisher : Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK

Journal article : Atmospheric Research 2021 Vol.247 ref.many