Thank you for taking the time to complete and submit an abstract for presenting at the upcoming Fire & Climate 2022 Conference. We are looking forward to your presentation, which will form an important part of a very strong program designed to stimulate and enthuse a diverse group of participants.
Fire & Climate 2022 is relevant for researchers and practitioners with expertise in a range of wildland fire areas including air quality monitoring and/ or regulation, land management, fire responders, public health, fire weather, climate change and forecasting, among others. The conference will leverage the lessons learned in recent extreme wildfire seasons around the globe and discuss emerging adaptive behaviours to benefit the entire international wildland fire community.
First round offers: Thursday 7 & Friday 8 April 2021
Confirm receipt of offer by Friday 29 April 2022
Finalise registration by Friday 6 May
(link included in offer email – your offer will be withdrawn if you do not register by this date)
Program Schedule Finalised: mid/late April, 2022
IAWF will publish a conference proceedings with abbreviated or short papers. Please note, this is not a requirement, but we highly encourage all oral & poster presenters to submit.
To properly prepare your short paper, please adhere to the instructions. You can use the Word soft copy of the instructions file as a formatting template. Please remember your abstract must be in final form when you submit it to IAWF; it will not be reviewed or edited.
Abbreviated or short papers are due by Thursday, 30th June 2022. To download the template and instructions, please click here.
In addition, IAWF will publish a Special Issue in the International Journal of Wildland Fire. Invitations to submit to the IJWF Special Issue will be selected from the short/abbreviated papers.
Click here to download the template and instructions for submitting a short paper to the conference proceedings.
Help us promote the conference by sharing that you are presenting at the conference on your social media channels – use the hashtag #FireClimate2022