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3 rd Integrated Biomass Burning Initiative Workshop Within The Cost Action Network

3 rd Integrated Biomass Burning Initiative Workshop Within The Cost Action Network OPEN DOI: 10.1515/igbp-2015-0008 PAPERS on GLOBAL CHANGE, 21, 89­91, 2014 3rd INTEGRATED BIOMASS BURNING INITIATIVE WORKSHOP WITHIN THE COST ACTION NETWORK (Schloss Ringberg, Bavaria, Germany, 23rd­25th April 2014) Fires in the biosphere are key and frequent phenomena arising naturally or thanks to human activity that are also hard-to-control forces capable of causing severe environmental degradation. It was to the study of such fires ­ and especially those affecting forests, plantations and peatlands ­ that the IBBI (i.e. the Integrated Biomass Burning Initiative bringing together leading scientists from around the world) devoted its third consecutive workshop, attracting several tens of scientists from all the world's continents. The three days of intensive meetings and deliberations saw many very interesting papers and communiques presented, in the process giving a fuller and more up-to-date picture of the state of knowledge regarding the causes and consequences of biosphere fires, as well as the possibilities for them to be safeguarded against. The objective of this meeting was to determine the new thrusts to relevant research, in particular as regards the significance and influence of biomass burning on the state of the biosphere in the Earth's different climatic zones. The session commenced with a presentation http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Papers on Global Change IGBP de Gruyter

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OPEN DOI: 10.1515/igbp-2015-0008 PAPERS on GLOBAL CHANGE, 21, 89­91, 2014 3rd INTEGRATED BIOMASS BURNING INITIATIVE WORKSHOP WITHIN THE COST ACTION NETWORK (Schloss Ringberg, Bavaria, Germany, 23rd­25th April 2014) Fires in the biosphere are key and frequent phenomena arising naturally or thanks to human activity that are also hard-to-control forces capable of causing severe environmental degradation. It was to the study of such fires ­ and especially those affecting forests, plantations and peatlands ­ that the IBBI (i.e. the Integrated Biomass Burning Initiative bringing together leading scientists from around the world) devoted its third consecutive workshop, attracting several tens of scientists from all the world's continents. The three days of intensive meetings and deliberations saw many very interesting papers and communiques presented, in the process giving a fuller and more up-to-date picture of the state of knowledge regarding the causes and consequences of biosphere fires, as well as the possibilities for them to be safeguarded against. The objective of this meeting was to determine the new thrusts to relevant research, in particular as regards the significance and influence of biomass burning on the state of the biosphere in the Earth's different climatic zones. The session commenced with a presentation

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Papers on Global Change IGBPde Gruyter

Published: Jan 1, 2014

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