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Continuous Monitoring of Forest Fires in the Mediterranean Area Using MSG

G. Laneve, M.M. Castronuovo, E.G. Cadau
2006 IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing  
Fires represent one of the main factors of degradation and destruction of the Mediterranean forest heritage.  ...  The idea is based on the use of a changedetection technique to maximize the detection capabilities of the system in spite of its limited spatial resolution.  ...  This fact by itself shows the advantage of a system like MSG, which provides a real quasi-continuous monitoring, when a suitable algorithm allows the detection of small fires.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tgrs.2006.881716 fatcat:oiv7bcym7rgrhaxk57ef5hxb5q

Continuous monitoring of forest fires in the Mediterranean area using MSG

G. Laneve, M.M. Castronuovo, E. Cadau
Proceedings. 2005 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2005. IGARSS '05.  
Fires represent one of the main factors of degradation and destruction of the Mediterranean forest heritage.  ...  The idea is based on the use of a changedetection technique to maximize the detection capabilities of the system in spite of its limited spatial resolution.  ...  This fact by itself shows the advantage of a system like MSG, which provides a real quasi-continuous monitoring, when a suitable algorithm allows the detection of small fires.  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss.2005.1526368 dblp:conf/igarss/LaneveCC05 fatcat:55jnlsjtpbdtnk2qsbcyk2lsce

Improving Seviri Based Hot Spots Detection by Using Multiple Simultaneous Observations

Giovanni Laneve, Giancarlo Santilli, Roberto Luciani
2018 IGARSS 2018 - 2018 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium  
localization of the fire, which can, in principle, occupy any position in an area of about 16 km 2 (at Mediterranean latitude) makes this information not very much interesting for the institutions involved  ...  Geostationary satellites like MSG allows to detect and monitor thermal anomalies (wild fires, volcanic eruption) with a refresh frequency ranging from 5 to 15 min.  ...  Fires occurring in the Mediterranean area are rarely significant in terms of burning products released in the atmosphere.  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss.2018.8518352 dblp:conf/igarss/LaneveSL18 fatcat:4bd3zcv47jegrdriejilx3gxsy

A Multi-temporal Robust Satellite Technique (RST) for Forest Fire Detection

Giuseppe Mazzeo, Francesco Marchese, Carolina Filizzola, Nicola Pergola, Valerio Tramutoli
2007 2007 International Workshop on the Analysis of Multi-temporal Remote Sensing Images  
In particular, the objective of SIGRI is the development of products which can be useful to the firefighting activities along all the phases which can be distinguished in the fire contrasting activity  ...  For this reason the fire detection is based on the geostationary sensor SEVIRI on board of the MSG satellite . The hot spot detection is performed by using the SFIDE algorithm .  ...  EVALUATION OF THE SIGRI FOREST FIRES MONITORING SYSTEM BASED ON MSG/SEVIRI IMAGES CONCLUSIONS CONCLUSIONS The sensors on board of geostationary satellites, allow, in principle, a quasi-continuous monitoring  ... 
doi:10.1109/multitemp.2007.4293060 fatcat:idnswwxigzfrjkjzzq63u7oxv4

Wildfire Detection and Tracking over Greece Using MSG‑SEVIRI Satellite Data

Nicolaos I. Sifakis, Christos Iossifidis, Charalabos Kontoes, Iphigenia Keramitsoglou
2011 Remote Sensing  
During the examined period, MSG-SEVIRI data successfully detected 82% of the fire events in Greek territory with less than 1% false alarms.  ...  In August 2007, when the bulk of the destructive wildfires started in Greece, the receiving station, operated by the Institute for Space Applications and Remote Sensing, provided us with a time series  ...  In addition, authors are thankful to the anonymous reviewers for their useful feedback which resulted in the overall improvement of the originally submitted manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs3030524 fatcat:nvzeu4sldjfuplhparocpg6i2e

Geostationary Sensor Based Forest Fire Detection and Monitoring: An Improved Version of the SFIDE Algorithm

Valeria Di Biase, Giovanni Laneve
2018 Remote Sensing  
The paper aims at presenting the results obtained in the development of a system allowing 9 the detection and monitoring of forest fires and the continuous comparison of their intensity when 10 several  ...  (Advanced Very High 65 Resolution Radiometer) are among the most commonly used low orbit satellite sensors for forest fire 66 monitoring. 67 MODIS radiometer allows the detection of data in 36 spectral  ...  fires. 452 3. 3 . 4523 Fire monitoring examplesUsing the high refresh frequency of the SEVIRI images, in particular in the case of MSG 9 also possible to follow in a quasi-continuous way the evolution  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs10050741 fatcat:mbzor6n3gfgetf7alkduxnzdoi

Active Fire Monitoring with Level 1.5 MSG Satellite Images

Abdelatif Hassini, Farid Benabdelou, Noureddine Benabadji, Ahmed Hafid Belbachir
2009 American Journal of Applied Sciences  
The AFMA algorithm (Active Fire Monitoring Algorithm) developed in this work is able to detect most of the existing active fires with a minimum of false alarms.  ...  This research gives an overview of the MSG SEVIRI instrument, the general approach for the active fire monitoring and the description of the algorithm together with the practical application of the tests  ...  For the MSG, an algorithm for active fire monitoring has been developed (Active Fire Monitoring Algorithm, AFMA).  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajas.2009.157.166 fatcat:2sk4a5lffjgyxh6ma65l24hefq

Active Fire Monitoring with Level 1.5 MSG Satellite Images

Hassini
2009 American Journal of Applied Sciences  
The AFMA algorithm (Active Fire Monitoring Algorithm) developed in this work is able to detect most of the existing active fires with a minimum of false alarms.  ...  This research gives an overview of the MSG SEVIRI instrument, the general approach for the active fire monitoring and the description of the algorithm together with the practical application of the tests  ...  For the MSG, an algorithm for active fire monitoring has been developed (Active Fire Monitoring Algorithm, AFMA).  ... 
doi:10.3844/ajassp.2009.157.166 fatcat:e36ajrwwfrghxibyss2njzdfpm

Satellite Observations of Fire Activity in Relation to Biophysical Forcing Effect of Land Surface Temperature in Mediterranean Climate

Julia S. Stoyanova, Christo G. Georgiev, Plamen N. Neytchev
2022 Remote Sensing  
In the ecosystems of this area, prolonged droughts and heat waves create preconditions in the land surface state that increase the frequency and intensity of landscape fires.  ...  and water cycles, and fire activity over Bulgaria, in the Eastern Mediterranean .  ...  The funder had no role in the design of the study; in the analyses, or interpretation of data; in the writing of the manuscript, or in the decision to publish the results.  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14071747 fatcat:rkvvjdek35bu5am4qfozgn5kji

Monitoring Heat Extremes across Central Europe Using Land Surface Temperature Data Records from SEVIRI/MSG

Célia M. Gouveia, João P. A. Martins, Ana Russo, Rita Durão, Isabel F. Trigo
2022 Remote Sensing  
We show the ability of Land Surface Temperature (LST), retrieved from the Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager (SEVIRI) onboard Meteosat Second Generation (MSG) to monitor heat extremes, using  ...  Therefore, the results highlighted the suitability of MSG LST to evaluate and monitor heat extremes alone or combined with dry and bright conditions and prompts the potential of other climate data records  ...  Consequently, large areas of intact forests were destroyed by devastating fires [2] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/rs14143470 fatcat:kfq7e7gx4fhdxjgzn454stmj54

Lightning-ignited wildfires and long continuing current lightning in the Mediterranean Basin: preferential meteorological conditions

Francisco J. Pérez-Invernón, Heidi Huntrieser, Sergio Soler, Francisco J. Gordillo-Vázquez, Nicolau Pineda, Javier Navarro-González, Víctor Reglero, Joan Montanyà, Oscar van der Velde, Nikos Koutsias
2021 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
Lightning strokes produce about 5 % of forest fires in the Mediterranean Basin and are one of the most important precursors of the largest forest fires during the summer.  ...  Characterization of the meteorological and cloud conditions of lightning-ignited wildfires in the Mediterranean Basin can serve to improve fire forecasting models and to upgrade the implementation of fire  ...  PROBA-V and S3 Classification of forest type Mediterranean 2015 Type of trees in the forest. OLCI time series Basin MSG CTHP CTH from data acquired by Mediterranean 2011-2020 CTH.  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-21-17529-2021 fatcat:qw23rjdri5gfhd3tqslc2rrcam

APIFLAME v1.0: high-resolution fire emission model and application to the Euro-Mediterranean region

S. Turquety, L. Menut, B. Bessagnet, A. Anav, N. Viovy, F. Maignan, M. Wooster
2014 Geoscientific Model Development  
The burning season extends from June to October in most regions, with generally small but frequent fires in eastern Europe, western Russia, Ukraine and Turkey, and large events in the Mediterranean area  ...  <br><br> The code may be used for the calculation of global or regional inventories. However, it has been developed and tested more specifically for Europe and the Mediterranean area.  ...  This work was undertaken in the framework of the APIFLAME project, supported by French research program PRIMEQUAL (project no. 0962C0068), and the APPAD project funded by DGA.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmd-7-587-2014 fatcat:6bisnki62zcyrpq5tnzinxtaku

APIFLAME v1.0: high resolution fire emission model and application to the Euro-Mediterranean region

S. Turquety, L. Menut, B. Bessagnet, A. Anav, N. Viovy, F. Maignan, M. Wooster
2013 Geoscientific Model Development Discussions  
The burning season extends from June to October in most regions, with generally small but frequent fires in eastern Europe, western Russia, Ukraine and Turkey, and large events in the Mediterranean area  ...  However, it has been developed and tested more specifically for Europe and the Mediterranean area. A regional analysis of fire activity and the resulting emissions in this region is provided.  ...  This work was undertaken in the framework of the APIFLAME project, supported by French research program PRIMEQUAL (project no. 0962C0068), and the APPAD project funded by DGA.  ... 
doi:10.5194/gmdd-6-5489-2013 fatcat:ojl7gl54lfedvesasm34blayqa

Using SEVIRI fire observations to drive smoke plumes in the CMAQ air quality model: a case study over Antalya in 2008

G. Baldassarre, L. Pozzoli, C. C. Schmidt, A. Unal, T. Kindap, W. P. Menzel, S. Whitburn, P.-F. Coheur, A. Kavgaci, J. W. Kaiser
2015 Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics  
The Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager (SEVIRI) in geostationary orbit provides fire observations over Africa and the Mediterranean with a temporal resolution of 15 min.  ...  We evaluate two different operational fire radiative power (FRP) products derived from SEVIRI, by studying a large forest fire in Antalya, Turkey, in July–August 2008.  ...  We would like to thank Martin Wooster at Kings College London for helping us to describe in a clear and articulate manner the Meteosat fire radiative power-pixel product. G.  ... 
doi:10.5194/acp-15-8539-2015 fatcat:6ak774wgvfgtna72upaytrowji

Forest Fires and Remote Sensing [chapter]

Abel Calle, Jos Luis
2012 Earth Observation  
Each summer large fires affect to the Mediterranean Europe due to changes in traditional land use patterns which have led to an unusual accumulation of forest fuels, notably increasing fire risk and fire  ...  SEVIRI (Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager) on board MSG platforms is a very interesting example of suitable sensor to perform forest fire monitoring in real time (Calle et al., 2006) .  ...  Forest Fires and Remote Sensing, Earth Observation, Dr.  ... 
doi:10.5772/28679 fatcat:j27fn7422vhitoma5rtvomoqma
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