Key past publications from our Team

  • Climate Change Increases the Risk of Wildfires

    Science Brief

    Jones, M.W.  incl. Prentice, I.C. (2020)

  • Recent global and regional trends in burned area and their compensating environmental controls.

    Environmental Research Communications, 1: 051005.

    Forkel, M. et al. inc. Harrison, S.P. (2019).

  • Sharing multiple perspectives on burning: towards a participatory and intercultural fire management policy in Venezuela, Brazil, and Guyana.

    Fire, 2: 39.

    Bilbao, B., Mistry, J., Millán, A. and Berardi, A. (2019).

  • Emergent relationships with respect to burned area in global satellite observations and fire-enabled vegetation models.

    Biogeosciences, 16: 57-76.

    Forkel, M., Andela, N., Harrison, S.P., Lasslop, G. et al. (2019).

  • New perspectives in fire management in South American savannas: the importance of intercultural governance.

    AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment, 48(2): 172-179.

    Mistry, J., Schmidt, I., Eloy, L. and Bilbao, B. (2019).

  • From fire suppression to fire management: Advances and resistances to changes in fire policy in the savannas of Brazil and Venezuela.

    Geographical Journal, 185: 10-22.

    Eloy, L., Bilbao, B., Mistry, J. and Schmidt, I. (2019).

  • Influence of fire on the carbon cycle and climate.

    Current Climate Change Reports, 5(2): 112-123.

    Lasslop, G., Coppola, A.I., Voulgarakis, A., Yue, C. and Veraverbeke, S. (2019).

  • The biomass burning contribution to climate–carbon-cycle feedback.

    Earth System Dynamics, 9: 663-677.

    Harrison, S.P., Bartlein, P.J., Brovkin, V., Houweling, S., Kloster, S., and Prentice, I.C. (2018).

  • New tropical peatland gas and particulate emissions factors indicate 2015 Indonesian fires released far more particulate matter (but less methane) than current inventories imply.

    Remote Sensing, 10, 495.

    Wooster, M.J. et al (2018)

  • The status and challenge of global fire modelling.

    Biogeosciences, 13: 3359-3375.

    Hantson, S., Arneth, A., Harrison, S.P., Kelley, D.I., Prentice, I.C. et al. inc. Voulgarakis, A. (2016).

  • Fire carbon emissions over maritime southeast Asia in 2015 largest since 1997.

    Scientific Reports, 6, 26886.

    Huijnen, V., Wooster, M.J. et al. (2016).

  • INFERNO: a fire and emissions scheme for the UK Met Office’s Unified Model.

    Geoscientific Model Development, 9: 2685-2700.

    Mangeon, S., Voulgarakis, A., Gilham, R., Harper, A., Sitch, S. and Folberth, G. (2016).

  • Community owned solutions for fire management in tropical ecosystems: case studies from Indigenous communities of South America.

    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, 371(1696): 20150174

    Mistry, J., Bilbao, B. and Berardi, A. (2016).

  • Fire influences on atmospheric composition, air quality and climate.

    Current Pollution Reports, 1(2): 70-81.

    Voulgarakis, A. and Field, R.D. (2015).

  • Interannual variability of tropospheric trace gases and aerosols: The role of biomass burning emissions.

    JGR Atmospheres, 120(14): 7157-7173.

    Voulgarakis, A., Marlier, M.E., Faluvegi, G., Shindell, D.T., Tsigaridis, K. and Mangeon, S. (2015).

  • LSA SAF Meteosat FRP products – Part 1: Algorithms, product contents, and analysis.

    Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 15: 1-23.

    Wooster, M.J. et al. (2015).

  • Causal relationships versus emergent patterns in the global controls of fire frequency.

    Biogeosciences, 11: 5087-5101.

    Bistinas, I., Harrison, S.P., Prentice, I.C. and Pereira, J. M. C. (2014).

  • Improved simulation of fire–vegetation interactions in the Land surface Processes and eXchanges dynamic global vegetation model (LPX-Mv1).

    Geoscientific Model Development, 7: 2411-2433.

    Kelley, D.I., Harrison, S. P. and Prentice, I. C. (2014).

  • Global biomass burning: a synthesis and review of Holocene paleofire records and their controls.

    Quaternary Science Reviews, 65: 5-25.

    Marlon, J.R., Bartlein, P.J., Daniau, A.-L., Harrison, S.P. et al. (2013).

  • Predictability of biomass burning in response to climate changes.

    Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 26: GB4007.

    Daniau, A.-L., Bartlein, P. J., Harrison, S. P., Prentice, I. C. et al. (2012).

  • Por que é importante entender as inter-relações entre pessoas, fogo e áreas protegidas?

    Biodiversidade Brasileira, 1(2): 40-49.

    Mistry, J. and Bizerril, M. (2011).

  • Geography and the promise of integrative environmental research.

    Geoforum, 40: 127-129.

    Demeritt, D. (2009).

  • From externality to inputs and interference: framing environmental research in geography.

    Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 34: 3-11.

    Demeritt, D. (2008).

  • Retrieval of biomass combustion rates and totals from fire radiative power observations: Application to southern Africa using geostationary SEVIRI imagery.

    Journal of Geophysical Research, 110: D21111.

    Roberts, G., Wooster, M. J. et al. (2005).