Conference Schedule

15 – Afternoon:   14.00 - OC 1- Moderator: Paulo Pereira
 

1- Giovanni Mastrolonardo, Ruedi Seiler, Giacomo Certini, rolf krebs, Michael Plotze, Markus Egli - FIRE-INDUCED CHANGES IN SOIL ORGANIC MATTER STABILITY ALONG A CATENA ON MT. ETNA, SICILY

2- Robert Gilkes, Emielda Yusiharni - THE EFFECTS OF HEATING A LATERITIC PODZOLIC SOIL ON SOIL PHOSPHATE AVAILABILITY, A GLASSHOUSE STUDY

3- Ann Youberg, Karen Ann Koestner, Daniel G. Neary, Peter E. Koestner - GEOMORPHIC ASPECTS OF POST-FIRE SOIL EROSION – SCHULTZ FIRE 2010

4- Emielda Yusiharni, Robert Gilkes - MINERALOGICAL AND CHEMICAL CHANGES IN A LATERITIC SOIL DUE TO A BUSHFIRE IN THE DARLING RANGE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

 
                          16.30 - OC 2 - Moderator: Jorge Mataix-Solera
 
1- Paulo Pereira, Xavier Úbeda, Deborah Martin - FIRE SEVERITY EFFECTS ON ASH CHEMICAL COMPOSITIONS AND EXTRACTABLE ELEMENTS

2- Kobsak Wanthongchai, Singkhorn Rugsamanee, Phanpong Kongdetadisak, Voradet Tarusadamrongdet, Khwanchai Chinnawong - QUANTIFYING THE INTENSITY OF PRESCRIBED FIRE IN DEGRADED PINE FOREST AND PINE-OAK FOREST, NAM NAO NATIONAL PARK, THAILAND

3- Stefan Doerr, Richard A Shakesby, Bryant Rob, Smith G Hugh, Gary J Sheridan, Patrick NJ Lane, Tina Bell, William H Blake - IMPACT OF UNPRECEDENTED FIRE INTENSITY ON SOIL PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES: THE CASE OF THE CATASTROPHIC VICTORIA FIRES OF 2009

4- Daniel George Neary, Karen A. Koestner, Ann Youberg, Peter E. Koestner - POST-FIRE RILL AND GULLY FORMATION, SCHULTZ FIRE 2010, ARIZONA, US

 
                          18.00 - OC 3 - Moderator: Dennis Fox
 

1- Natalie Wagenbrenner - DEVELOPMENT OF A PM10 EMISSIONS MODEL FOR POST-FIRE ENVIRONMENTS

2- Ana Cristina Meira, J Gois, J P Meixedo - SOME REFLECTIONS ON ACQUISITION, PROCESSING AND ANALYSIS OF STATISTICAL DATA IN FOREST SOILS

3- Tanya Esteves, Antonio Ferreira, J A Soares, Mike Kirkby, Rick Shakesby, Brian Irvine, C S Ferreira, Celeste Coelho, M A Carreiras - USING PESERA TO MANAGE DESERTIFICATION PROCESSES FOLLOWING WILDFIRES IN GÓIS AND MAÇÃO, PORTUGAL

4- María Teresa García Ares, Manuel Bao Iglesias, Felipe Macías Vázquez - CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF TERRA PRETA DO ÍNDIO SOILS AND CHARCOAL SAMPLES IN PREHOLOCENIC SEDIMENTS FROM THE NORTH OF GALICIA


 
16 – Afternoon:   14.00 - OC 4 - Moderator: Montserrat Diaz-Raviña
 

1- Merche B Bodí, Francisco Javier León Miranda, Artemi Cerdà, Stefan Helmut Doerr, Jorge Mataix-Solera - RUNOFF RATES, WATER EROSION AND WATER QUALITY ON A SOIL COVERED WITH ASH

2- Scott W. Woods, Victoria N Balfour - CHARACTERIZING THE HYDROLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF WILDFIRE ASH

3- Karen Ann Koestner, Daniel G. Neary, Mike Carroll, Peter E. Koestner, Ann Youberg - DEPOSITIONAL CHARACTERISTICS OF POST-FIRE FLOODING FOLLOWING THE SCHULTZ FIRE, SAN FRANCISCO PEAKS, ARIZONA

4- Cathelijne R Stoof, Joost Iwema, Antonio Dinis Ferreira, Rutger Willem Vervoort - HYDROLOGICAL RESPONSE OF A SMALL CATCHMENT BURNED BY EXPERIMENTAL FIRE

 
                          16.30 - OC 5 - Moderator: Cathelijne Stoof
 

1- Naama Tessler, Lea Wittenberg, Noam Greenbaum - UNDERSTANDING SOIL WATER REPELLENCY PERSISTENCE AFTER RECURRENT FOREST FIRE

2- Jessica Tamara Heath, Chris Chafer, Thomas Bishop - IMPACTS OF WILDFIRE ON SOIL REPELLENCY WITHIN OBLIGATE RESPROUTER COMMUNITIES NEAR SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA

3- Lea Wittenberg, Dan Malkinson, Annelies Voogt, Danny Leska, Eli Argaman, Saskia Keestra - THE RELATIVE IMPORTANCE OF SOIL WATER REPELLENCY IN DETERMINING RUNOFF-INFILTRATION PROCESSES IN BURNED MEDITERRANEAN FOREST SOILS

4- Carles M Rubio, Luís Outeiro, Francesc Ferrer, Xavier Úbeda - VARIABILITY OF THE SOIL THERMAL PROPERTIES AFTER PRESCRIBED FIRE
5- Cristina Ribeiro, Celeste Coelho, Sandra Valente, Teresa Carvalho, Elisabete Figueiredo - DO STAKEHOLDERS KNOW WHAT HAPPENS TO SOIL AFTER FOREST FIRES? A CASE STUDY IN CENTRAL PORTUGAL
 
                          18.00 - OC 6 - Moderator: Ana Cristina Meira

 

1- María Teresa Fonturbel, Montserrat Diaz-Raviña, José Antonio Vega, Serafín J. González-Prieto, Cristina Fernandez, Ángela Martín, Enrique Jiménez, Ana Barreiro, Tarsy Carballas - COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF POST-FIRE SOIL STABILIZATION TREATMENTS ON SOIL EROSION CONTROL AND IN SELECTED SOIL PROPERTIES IN GALICIA (NW SPAIN)

2- Daniel George Neary, Karen A. Koestner - ROCK GABION, RIP-RAP, AND CULVERT TREATMENTS CONTRIBUTING TO AND REDUCING EROSION DURING POST-FIRE FLOODING - SCHULTZ FIRE 2010

3- Celeste Alves Coelho, Sérgio Prats, Alexandra Pinheiro, Teresa Carvalho, Anne-Karine Boulet, António Ferreira, João Soares - EFFECTIVENESS OF TWO MULCH TREATMENTS CONTROLLING SOIL EROSION AND WATER CONSERVATION

4- Montserrat Díaz Raviña, A Martín, A Barreiro, A Lombao, M J Goméz, A Couto-Vázquez, L Iglesias, F Díaz-Fierros, T Carballas - PRELIMIARY DATA OF SOIL PROPERTIES AND SOIL EROSION FOLLOWING A WILDFIRE AND DIFFERENT POST-FIRE SOIL STABILIZATION TREATMENTS IN LAZA (NW SPAIN)

5- Heike Knicker, Deborah P. Dick, Ricardo S.D. Dalmolin - HOW DOES BIANNUAL BURNING ALTER THE QUALITY AND QUANTITY OF ORGANIC MATTER IN SOILS?- AN EXAMPLE FROM THE CAMPO IN THE HIGHLAND OF SOUTHERN BRAZIL

 
18 – Morning:      9.30 - OC 7 - Moderator: Robert Gilkes
1- Felícia Fonseca, Micaela Leite, Tomás de Figueiredo - SOIL PROPERTIES IN BURNT AND UNBURNT SHRUBLANDS IN MONTESINHO NATURAL PARK, NORTHEAST PORTUGAL
2- Sorin - Corneliu Radan, Silviu Radan - HOW COAL FIRES AFFECT THE CLAYS: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH
3- Cornelia Rumpel, Bruno Mary, Yessica Rivas, Christian Valentin, Francisco Matus - CONTRASTING EFFECTS OF FIRE ON FOREST AND AGRICULTURAL SOILS
4- Joseph W Wagenbrenner, Peter R Robichaud - RILL EROSION IN BURNED FORESTS
5- Richard A Shakesby, Carla Sofia Santos Ferreira, Rory PD Walsh, Célia Bento, António JD Ferreira, Chatelijne R Stoof - FIRE IMPACT ON SOIL AND NUTRIENT LOSSES IN SCHIST MOUNTAIN AREAS: CENTRAL PORTUGAL STUDY

 

                          11.50 - Poster Session
 
1- María Eufemia Varela, Elena Benito, María Rodríguez-Alleres, Jan Jacob Keizer -SHORT-TERM CHANGES IN SOIL PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES AFTER WILDFIRES IN NW SPAIN
2- Paula Maia, Isabel Fernandes, Ana Vasques, Domingos Viegas, Juli Pausas, Jacob Keizer - POTENTIAL AND EFFECTIVE RESPONSE TO FIRE OF THE SEED BANK OF A MEDITERRANEAN HEATLAND

3- Piotr Sewerniak, Slawomir S. GONET - IMPACT OF A FOREST REGENERATION METHOD USED AFTER FIRE ON SOME SOIL PROPERTIES

4- Antonio Bento Gonçalves, Antonio Vieira, Luciano Lourenço, José Salgado, Luís Mendes, Américo Castro, Flora Ferreira Leite - THE IMPORTANCE OF PINE NEEDLES IN REDUCING SOIL EROSION FOLLOWING A LOW/MEDIUM INTENSITY WILDFIRE IN JUNCEDA (PORTUGAL) – AN EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN

5- Rosario Basanta, Francisco Díaz-Fierros - APPLICABILITY OF THE CURVE NUMBER TO THE SOIL HYDROLOGICAL RESPONSE FOLLOWING PRESCRIBED BURNING IN A HEATHLAND ECOSYSTEM (TEMPERATE-HUMID NW SPAIN)

6- Maria Rosario Costa, José Aranha - WILDFIRE EFFECTS ON HIDROCHEMISTRY OF MARÃO RIVER WATERSHED

7- Jose Maria De La Rosa, Maria Eufemia Varela, Silvia Regina Faria, Maria Fátima Araújo, Francisco Javier Gonzalez Vila, Heike Knicker, José Antonio González Pérez, Jan Jacob Keizer - WILDFIRE EFFECTS ON SOIL ORGANIC MATTER IN TWO FOREST TYPES IN CENTRAL PORTUGAL

8- Heike Knicker, Francisco Javier Gonzaléz Vila, Luis Clemente Salas - AGING OF BLACK CARBON IN THE PROTECTED MARSHLAND OF THE GUADALQUIVIR DELTA, SOUTHERN SPAIN

9- Pura Marcet, Saleta Gonzalez - BIOAVAILABLE METAL MICRONUTRIENT IN THE RHIZOSPHERE BURNED SOILS

10- Sorin - Corneliu Radan, Silviu Radan - COAL PALAEOFIRES IN THE WESTERN DACIC BASIN: GEOPHYSICAL, MINERALOGICAL AND GEOCHEMICAL SIGNATURES RECOVERED FROM PORCELANITES AND CLINKERS; A CASE HISTORY

11- Maria Rodriguez Alleres, María Eufemia Varela Teijeiro, Elena Benito Rueda - EFFECTS OF WILDFIRE ON SOIL WATER REPELLENCY AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR SOIL EROSION

12- Maruxa Malvar Cortizo - OVERLAND FLOW AND SOIL EROSION AT MICRO-PLOT SCALE IN SIX RECENTLY BURNT EUCALYPT STANDS IN NORTH-CENTRAL PORTUGAL

13- M Belén Hinojosa, Antonio Parra, David Antonio Ramírez, José Antonio Carreira, Roberto García-Ruiz, José Manuel Moreno - JOINT EFFECTS OF FIRE AND DROUGHT ON THE SEASONAL PATTERNS OF SOIL NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY AND MICROBIAL ACTIVITY

14- José Javier Cancelo González, María Ermitas Rial Rivas, Francisco Díaz-Fierros Viqueira - CATION’S WASHING AND DRAG IN BURNED SOIL: A RAINFALL SIMULATION STUDY

15- Flora Ferreira Leite, António Bento Gonçalves, António Vieira, Luís da Vinha - THE FREQUENCY OF FIRES AND LAND DEGRADATION - CABEÇO DA VESSADA DO MONTE, SERRA DA CABREIRA

16- Pura Marcet, Saleta Gonzalez, Beatriz Coleiro - RECLAMATION OF A BURNED FOREST SOIL WITH FISH MANURE VERMICOMPOST

17- Andrea Pérez-Bejarano, César Guerrero, Jorge Mataix-Solera, Victoria Arcenegui, Gema Bárcenas, Jose Martín Soriano-Disla, Jorge Mataix-Beneyto - NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY TO ESTIMATE TEMPERATURES OF BURNED SOILS: IMPORTANCE OF SAMPLE VARIABILITY IN MODEL CONSTRUCTION

18- Francisco Javier Leon Miranda, C Alvarez, D Badia, M Echeverria, C Martí, P Ibarra - RAINFALL SIMULATIONS AND FOREST FIRES IN THE CENTRAL SECTOR OF THE EBRO BASIN

19- Francisco Javier Leon Miranda, M B Bodí, A Cerdà, J Mataix-Solera, M Echeverría - RUNOFF RATES CHANGES ON SOILS COVERED WITH DIFFERENT ASH TYPES

20- Ana Barreiro, A. Lombao, A. Martín, M Raviña - IMMEDIATE AND SHORT-TERM EFFECTS OFF A WILDFIRE ON SOIL BIOCHEMICAL PROPERTIES IN LAZA (NW SPAIN)

21- Alba Lombao, A. Barreiro, A. Martín, M. Raviña - SOIL MICROBIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AS AFFECTED BY A WILDFIRE IN LAZA (NW SPAIN)

22- Kwonchai Chinwong, Kobsak Wanthongchai, Vorrdesh Tarusadamrongdet, Singkuon Rugsamanee, Punpong Kongdetadisak - EFFECTS OF PRESCRIBED FIRE ON CARBON STORAGE AND LOSS IN DEGRADED PINE FOREST AND PINE-OAK FOREST AT NAM NAO NATIONAL PARK, THAILAND

23- Dennis Fox, Cyriel Adnès, Jean Morschel, Frédéric Darboux - EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN TO MODEL INFILTRATION INTO AWATER REPELLENT SOIL USING A CRUST-TYPE INFILTRATION EQUATION

24- Marie A. ALEXIS, H Knicker, C Anquetil, C Rumpel - EVOLUTION OF SOIL ORGANIC MATTER AFTER FIRE: A 20-YEAR CHRONOSEQUENCE

25- Ernestas Kutorga, Gražina Adamonytė, Reda Iršėnaitė, Jonas Kasparavičius, Svetlana Markovskaja, Jurga Motiejūnaitė, Aušra Treigienė - INITIAL STAGE OF FUNGAL SUCCESSION IN DIFFERENTLY MANAGED POST-FIRE PINUS MUGO PLANTATIONS ON THE BALTIC SEA COAST

26- Antonio Bento Gonçalves, Antonio Vieira, Flora Ferreira Leite, José Martins, Domingos Silva, Vera Soares - ADAPTACLIMA - ADAPTATION TO THE EFFECTS FROM CLIMATE CHANGE IN THE AVE

27- Antonio Vieira, Antonio Bento Gonçalves, Carla Martins, Flora Ferreira Leite, Luís Mendes - GEOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TO SUPPORT RESEARCH ON FOREST FIRES AND SOIL EROSION

28- Diana Catarina Vieira, Maruxa Malvar, João Pedro Nunes, Jan Jacob Keizer - MODELING POST-FIRE RUNOFF AND EROSION AT THE MICRO-PLOT SCALE UNDER SIMULATED RAINFALL IN EUCALYPT PLANTATIONS IN NORTH-CENTRAL PORTUGAL

29- Paulo Pereira, Artemi Cerdà, Xavier Úbeda, Jorge Mataix-Solera, Deborah Martin - SOIL PROTECTION BY ASH AFTER A WILDFIRE

30- Celeste Alves Coelho, Sérgio Prats, Alexandra Pinheiro, Teresa Carvalho, Anne-Karine Boulet, António Ferreira - IMMEDIATE POST-FIRE SOIL INTERVENTIONS IN FORESTED AREAS

31- S Cambra, L Pereira, Jacob J Keizer - IMPORTANCE OF DTM ACCURACY, PRECISION AND ACQUISITION TECHNIQUE FOR ESTIMATING CONTRIBUTING AREAS OF POST-FIRE EROSION AT THE SLOPE AND CATCHMENT SCALE

32- Jacob J Keizer - SOIL NUTRIENTS AND ORGANIC MATTER STOCKS AND THEIR LOSSES BY RUNOFF FOLLOWING WILDFIRE IN NORTH-CENTRAL PORTUGAL

33- Jacob J Keizer - EFFECTIVENESS OF HYDRO-MULCHING TO REDUCE RUNOFF AND EROSION IN A RECENTLY BURNT AND LOGGED MARITIME PINE STAND IN NORTH-CENTRAL PORTUGAL

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