to prioritise actions to be taken according to cost-benefit and
Woodland and shrubland management techniques to improve resilience and
adaptation to the environment from a multifunctional perspective (economic,
fire prevention, carbon fixation, biodiversity).
Ecological impact of forest fires and other perturbations such as
extreme droughts. Reports, monitoring and recommended actions.
Scientific bases to adaptation and mitigation actions against climate
change in forest and shrublands in dry and semiarid ecosystems.
Plant quality control: certification and evaluation of stock quality.
Development of protocols for plant stock quality focused on native plant
production for reforestation.
International collaboration: counselling reforestation plans and
fighting desertification in arid zones: South and North America, North
Africa, the Persian Gulf. Counselling plant production; impacts of
drought stress on plant functionality and recovery capacity.
Consulting / scientific and technical support:
Participatory processes in landscape management.
Assessment of ecosystem services.
of degraded ecosystems or affected by wildfires to promote ecosystem
Application of organic wastes in restoration activities in a circular
POST FIRE RESTORATION DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM (POSTFIRE‐DSS)