Wildfire 2013 Presentations

Moffat A. – Wildfire Risk Management in New Zealand – possible lessons for current and future wildfire risk in the UK

Nugent C. – Wildfire Mitigation – The Irish Experience

McMorrow J. – Knowledge for Wildfire Project

Smith G. – Wildfire, an holistic approach Moffat A. – Wildfire Risk Management in New Zealand – possible lessons for current and future wildfire risk in the UK

Kettridge N. – Exceeding Peatland Ecohydrological Resilience Through Compound Disturbance

Grau-Andres R. – The Role of the Moss Layer in Controlling Fire Severity in Heather Moorland Prescribed Burning

Davies M., Gray A., Domench Jardi R., Johnson P. – Variation in Fire Severity and the Ecological Impact of Wildfires

Goatcher J., Boyle B., Brunsden V., Hill R., Pritchard A. – Tourism Mobilities in the Peak District National Park and Wildfire Hazard

Gazzard R. – Building Wildfire Resilience into Forest Management Planning Practice Guide

Heath S. – Wildfire Groups their Impact and Liaison within the Agricultural Sector

Bruce M. – Fire Danger Rating System for Scotland Testing and Development

Hay S. – Wildfire Recent Activity in Scotland Nugent C. – Wildfire Mitigation – The Irish Experience Heath S. – Wildfire Groups their Impact and Liaison within the Agricultural Sector

Smith T. – Enhancing understanding of wildfire behaviour and suppression using remote sensing and computer simulation modelling.o

Mellor D., Kelso J., Milne G. – The AUSTRALIS Wildfire Simulator.o

Thorp S. – Wildfire 2013 Closing Address