Edited by Alex W. Dye, John B. Kim, Peng Gao, Larissa Yocom, Karin L. Riley
Simulating wildfire into the future poses a special challenge because climate and fuels are likely to change, thereby altering fire frequency, size, and spread, and because of uncertainty arising from multiple climate change scenarios and global climate models that simulate them.
In this Fire Ecology special collection, we feature research that adjusts or modifies existing fire simulation methodologies or develops new modeling approaches to simulate wildfire under climate change scenarios, and research that explores and characterizes uncertainties. Studies featured are conducted at various spatiotemporal scales, and located around the globe.
Submission deadline: June 30, 2022