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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Remote Sensing Inputs to Forest Fire Danger RatingCAMIA ANDREA; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ JESUSContributions to Conferences
2013A Review of the Main Driving Factors of Forest Fire Ignition Over EuropeGANTEAUME Anne; CAMIA Andrea; JAPPIOT Marielle; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ Jesus; LONG-FOURNEL Marlene; LAMPIN CorinneArticles in Journals
2009Storia, Sviluppi Recenti e Applicazioni della Previsione del Pericolo di Incendio Boschivo in ItaliaCAMIA AndreaContributions to Conferences
2005Towards an European Integrated Map of Risk from Weather Driven Events - A Contribution to the Evaluation of Territorial Cohesion in EuropeLAVALLE CARLO; BARREDO CANO JOSE'; DE ROO ARIE; NIEMEYER STEFAN; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ JESUS; HIEDERER ROLAND; GENOVESE ELISABETTA; CAMIA ANDREAEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2006Towards an Integrated Assessment of Weather-Driven Natural Risk in EuropeBARREDO CANO JOSE'; LAVALLE CARLO; CAMIA ANDREA; HIEDERER ROLAND; NIEMEYER STEFAN; DE ROO ARIEContributions to Conferences
2005Using Remote Sensing and GIS for Global Assessment of Fire DangerCHUVIECO Emilio; CAMIA ANDREA; BIANCHINI German; MARGALEFF Tomas; KOUTSIAS Nikos; MARTINEZ JesusContributions to Conferences
2010Vulnerability of Pinus Cembra L. in the Alps and the Carpathian Mountains under Present and Future ClimatesCASALEGNO Stefano; AMATULLI Giuseppe; CAMIA Andrea; NELSON Andrew; PEKKARINEN AnssiArticles in Journals
2009Weather Factors and Fire Danger in the MediterraneanCAMIA Andrea; AMATULLI GiuseppeArticles in books
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