Artemi Cerdà is Professor in Physical Geography at the University of Valencia, Spain. He is an expert on soil erosion and soil hydrology on fire-prone land.
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Professor of Physical Geography at Swansea University (UK) and Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Wildland Fire. He focuses on global wildfire trends and impacts, with a particular interest in carbon dynamics, hydrology, erosion and water quality. His regional foci are Europe, Australia, North America, East Asia and Southern Africa.
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Associate professor within fire safety at the Western Norway University of Applied Sciences. She has experience on fires in organic solid materials, smouldering fires, and dust explosions. Her past and previous research include both experimental and computational work.
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Researcher at the University of Lisbon, Portugal, focusing on hydrological and erosion processes in burnt watersheds, fire impacts on hydrological ecosystem services, and the potential impacts of climate change.
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Núria works in the R+D+i area of the Pau Costa Foundation. A global non-profit organisation dedicated to bring together researchers, managers and society to improve the wildfire knowledge and emergency management.
Senior Lecturer at the University of Haifa and Leader of Spectroscopy and Remote Sensing Laboratory. Her current research interests include image and signal processing, physical/dynamic models and post-fire processes. The main focus is on the development of data fusion techniques and performing efficient algorithms for data mining integrated decision-support systems for sustainable development and environmental sustainability.
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Senior researcher at the Department of Agriculture at the Hellenic Mediterranean University, Crete, Greece.
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Assistant Professor in Environmental Geography at the London School of Economics, with over 10 years of field experience at wildfires and experimental burns in Europe, Southeast Asia, Australia, and North America.
Jesús Rodrigo Comino
Dr Jesús Rodrigo Comino has a PhD from the University of Málaga (Spain). He is expert on soil erosion, soil geography and land degradation processes. He is a Editor-in-Chief of Air, Soil and Water Research (SAGE). Currently, he is working on an Interreg project about light pollution (Smart Light-HUB) at the Trier University (Germany) and COST-Action Firelinks (CA18135) as a grant holder at the University of Valencia (Spain).