Potential effects of climate change on fires in the Balkan area

Guest blog by Milan Gazdic , University of Belgrade (Serbia) In Montenegro, forests and forest land occupy approximately 70% of the territory of the country. Montenegro forests provide many benefits and services to society, including clean water and air, recreation, wildlife habitat, carbon storage, climate regulation, and a variety of forest products. Climate influences the … Continue reading Potential effects of climate change on fires in the Balkan area

Atmospheric Rivers from a Compound Event Perspective

Guest blog by Alexandre Ramos, Instituto Dom Luiz, Portugal An Atmospheric River (AR) is a long, narrow, and transient corridor of strong horizontal water vapour transport that is typically associated with a low-level jet stream ahead of the cold front of an extratropical cyclone. The water vapour in ARs is supplied by tropical and/or extratropical moisture … Continue reading Atmospheric Rivers from a Compound Event Perspective