Definition and Creation of a Common Knowledge Base for Forest Fires
The DELFI Project
The aim of the DELFI Project is to organise and disseminate existing knowledge on forest fires, aiming to bridge the gap between researchers and users. The objectives of the project are to:
create a common vocabulary on forest fire terms
review past and on-going EC projects on forest fires and related technologies and present state-of-the-art
strengthen the exchange of knowledge between European researchers
increase multi-disciplinarity of approach
promote results and tools of European researches
identify areas of further research
If your work is related to aspects of forest fires, you are invited to join the DELFI network and inform us of your research work or of your fire management needs. Please refer to the attached form for details.
The DELFI Web Site DELFI has created an own website. You are welcome to visit us on
In future, the DELFI Homepage will regularly be updated on:
latest news on events, publications, etc.
the DELFI knowledge base
mailing list of members
The DELFI Booklet A booklet will be published including the main findings of the action, reviews on the State of the Art on research and equipment, addresses and contract points.
The DELFI Newsletter There will be three Newsletters that will be published in the context of the DELFI action and will be distributed to the members of the DELFI network.
The DELFI Network To join the DELFI Network please complete and fax or post the reply form to CINAR.
The Environment & Climate Programme This action is funded by the Environment & Climate programme which continues to structure European environmental research by RTD projects and networks of excellence in the following four areas:
Research into the natural environment, environmental quality and global change
Space technology applied to Earth observation and environmental research
Human dimensions of enviromnental change
Steering Committee of DELFI Action
Coordinator: N. Lymberopoulos
D. Viegas F. Lockwood M. Moreno R. Vallejo G. Eftihidis