This study has been supported by the European Commission under the 6th Framework Programme through the integrated project “An Innovative Approach of Integrated Wildland Fire Management Regulating the Wildfire Problem by the Wise Use of Fire: Solving the Fire Paradox,” Contract FP6-018505 (FIRE PARADOX).
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