What could be the consequences of the landscape fires?
Landscape fires have only biotic consequences on the ecosystems.
Landscape fires do not have any consequences.
Landscape fires have biotic (changes in vegetation and subsequent impacts on wildlife) and abiotic (changes in soil properties, nutrient cycling and air quality) consequences.
Landscape fires have only consequences on human populations such as human health and security
Can landscape fires be predicted?
Landscape fires can be predicted to a large extent thanks to modern fire danger rating systems
Landscape fires cannot be predicted in any way
Landscape files can be predicted to a large extent only in summer time
Landscape fires can be predicted to a large extent only in forest areas
Where do the landscape fires occur?
Landscape fires occur in continental regions
Landscape fires occur in every continent except Antarctica
Landscape fires occur in regions with Mediterranean climate conditions
Landscape fires occur in tropical or subtropical regions
Why do landscape fires occur?
Landscape fires occur due to the abandonment of rural areas and the increase of tourism
Landscape fires occur due to high temperatures and prolonged drought periods
Landscape fires occur due to the strong winds and fuel accumulation
Landscape fires occur due to the combination of all the above factors
What types of landscape fires exist?
Ground fires, surface fires and crown fires
Ground fires, surface fires and unknown fires
Surface fires, crown fires and arson fires
Crown fires, surface fires and natural fires