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Regional SEA Wildland Fire Science & Management Network & The Challenges to Reduce GHG Emission Due to Forest Fires at Regional Level
 

Regional SEA Wildland Fire Science & Management Network & The Challenges to Reduce GHG Emission Due to Forest Fires at Regional Level

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    • SOUTHEAST ASIA ISSUE ON THE FOREST FIRE RESEARCH Fire and emission regarding the greenhouse gas produced duringbiomass burning from different land-use Modelling the greenhouse gas produce during burning its contentand dispersion The changing of Land use by using fire and the greenhouse gasproduced The role of moratorium fire and logging increased above groundbiomass and carbon stock Wildfire and carbon management in peat fires Reduction emission through community based forest firemanagement Contributing carbon emission reduction by monitoring andcontrolling wildfire
    • Fire fighting using MODIS hotspot The impact of prescribed fire to the small scaleagriculture on peat Evaluation of burned area and carbon emission in MegaRice Project GHG inventory at different land use due to fire Trace gas produce during burning The impact of fire to the wildlife Using canal blocking to give better environment forburned peat swamp forest
    • Table Percentage articles classified in related forest fire topics (Ainuddin et al, 2011)Topic No. of articles PercentageFire impact 127 17.4Atmospheric pollution 96 13.1Remote sensing 96 13.1Fire ecology 76 10.4Policy 40 5.5Human-Fire interaction 39 5.3Carbon 37 5.1Fire management 30 4.1Fire technology 29 4.0Forest fuel 27 3.7Palaeoclimatogy and palaeoecology 20 2.7Fire risk assessment 19 2.6Forest rehabilitation 19 2.6Biomass emissions 16 2.2Forest landscape 15 2.1Fire climate 10 1.4Climate change 9 1.2Fire history 9 1.2Fire modeling 9 1.2Atmospheric chemistry 6 0.8Biogeography 2 0.3
    • Table Number of articles published in respective Journals (Ainuddin et al, 2011)Journal Title No. of articles PercentageAtmospheric Environment 42 5.8Journal of Geophysical Research D: Atmospheres 38 5.2Chinese Journal of Applied Ecology 23 3.2Forest Ecology and Management 23 3.2International Journal of Remote Sensing 14 1.9Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global 14 1.9ChangeJournal of Natural Disasters 13 1.8Ecological Research 12 1.6Biodiversity and Conservation 9 1.2Chinese Journal of Ecology 9 1.2Beijing Linye Daxue Xuebao / Journal of Beijing 8 1.1Forestry UniversityInternational Journal of Wildland Fire 8 1.1Journal of Forest Research 8 1.1Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 8 1.1Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 7 1.0Ecological Modelling 7 1.0Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 7 1.0Journal of Tropical Forest Science 7 1.0Nature 6 0.8