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    • Fire Regime, Climate, and Vegetation in the Sierras de Córdoba, Argentina 

      Argañaraz, Juan Pablo; Gavier Pizarro, Gregorio Ignacio; Zak, Marcelo Román; Bellis, Laura Marisa (2015)
      Wildfires are a primary disturbance in the Sierras de Córdoba, Argentina, with approximately 2 152 000 ha burned between 1993 and 2012. However, little is known about the spatial and temporal patterns of fires and their ...
    • Grasslands and Open Savannas of the Dry Chaco 

      Fernandez, Pedro David; Baumann, Mathias; Baldi, Germán; Banegas, Natalia Romina; Bravo, Sandra; Gasparri, Nestor Ignacio; Lucherini, Mauro; Marinaro, Sofia; Nanni, Ana Sofía; Nasca, Jose Andres; Tessi, Torcuato; Grau, Hector Ricardo (Elsevier, 2020-06-26)
      The Dry Chaco is mostly known as a forested ecosystem. However it includes natural grasslands, savannas, scrublands, and wetlands. With one of the highest global deforestation rates in the last two decades and only 12% of ...
    • Influence of fuel conditions on the occurrence, propagation and duration of wildland fires: A regional approach 

      Fischer, Maria De Los Angeles; Di Bella, Carlos Marcelo; Jobbagy Gampel, Esteban Gabriel (2015-09)
      Wildfires affect Earth's surface every year. Fuels conditions influence fire occurrence and behavior; therefore, their characterization is important for fire risk studies. We analyzed vegetation conditions influencing fires ...
    • Selecting control sites for post-fire ecological studies using biological criteria and MODIS time series data 

      Landi, Marcos Alejandro; Di Bella, Carlos Marcelo; Ojeda, Silvia; Salvatierra, Paola Luciana; Argañaraz, Juan Pablo; Bellis, Laura Marisa (Association for Fire Ecology, 2017)
      Wildland fires play a key role in the functioning and structure of vegetation. The availability of sensors aboard satellites, such as Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS), makes possible the construction ...