Submission of Abstracts
Registration for the 8th International Wildland Fire Conference will open June 2022.
Call for Abstracts
Abstract deadline for oral communication is 14th April and for poster communication is 15th May.
Iberian Plant Biology 2023 Sessions
- Plant Biotic Interactions
- Metabolism and Biochemistry
- Plant Development
- Abiotic and Biotic Stresses
- Agrosystems and Sustainable Crop Production
- Plant Environmental Physiology
- Plants Facing Climate Changes
- Post-Harvest Biology
- Biotechnology and Molecular Farming
- Mineral Nutrition and Water Relations
- Seeds of Knowledge
- System Biology
3rPhD Meeting in Plant Science Sessions
- 3PMPS – Growth and Development.
- 3PMPS – Metabolism and Biochemistry.
- 3PMPS – Interaction of Plants with the Environment.
- 3PMPS – Systems Biology, Synthetic Biology and Biotechnology.
Integrated Fire Management
- Planning and Preparation
Defining interventions and resources needed at the community and government levels, as well as ensuring that citizens and organizations are prepared to act under best safety practices.
- Prevention and Pre-Suppression
Reducing exposure and vulnerability to fire and maintaining a state of preparedness for immediate intervention.
- Suppression and Relief
Suppressing fire and providing relief to those affected by fire.
- Post-fire Intervention
Dealing with the restoration and rehabilitation actions required in the aftermath of a fire.
Training and certification on all integrated fire management expertise areas.
- Technical Innovation
Innovation on software applications and technological equipments and solutions, and operational communications systems.
Fire Risk Governance
- Risk Handling
Dealing with risk perception, assessment, management and translational research, encompassing traditional and indigenous knowledge.
- Stakeholder Engagement
Inclusive risk-related decision-making and conflict resolution, regarding multi-level policy design, sustainability, and funding.
- Adaptive Management
Process Monitoring and Planning Evaluation for continuous improvement and lessons learnt and analysis of physical and social impacts due to changes in fire governance.
Risk Communication – exchanging or sharing risk-related data, information and knowledge between and among different groups such as scientists, regulators, industry and general public; Public report of system performance.
- International Cooperation
Cross-border cooperation on training, best-practices, and standards.
Abstract submission will open 9th January, 2023