The workshop focuses on high latitude vegetation fires and their linkages to environmental change and societal impacts in the Arctic. The workshop will be arranged under PACES, with co-sponsorship from a recently-funded 2M Euro Belmont Forum project “Arctic Community Resilience to Boreal Environmental change: Assessing Risks from fire and disease (ACRoBEAR)” and from the Norwegian Research Council. The aims of the workshop will be to share current state-of-the-art understanding on landscape fire impacts on high latitude climate, ecosystems and air quality, and to explore inter-disciplinary linkages that could help drive forward new research on this topic.
Date and Location:
28th March 2022 | Tromsø, Norway ASSW2022
IASC Working Groups / Committees funding the Project:
Year funded by IASC