Aids to determining fuel models for estimating fire behavior
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1981 - Nature - 22 pages
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tions and a similarity chart to assist fire behavior offi Fire Behavior Fuel Model 8
comparison with fire danger rating fuel models Correlation of Fire Behavior Fuel Models
13 fuel models 1978 NFDRS fuel 3-inch dead Albini Behavior Fuel Model behavior Total fuel brush Cattelino Chains/hour chamise chaparral choice for model cover types Danger Rating System dead and live Dead fuel load Deeming Douglas-fir estimating fire behavior field situations Fire Behavior Fuel fire behavior Total fire danger rating fire intensity fire spread Flame length foliage Fuel bed depth fuel groups Fuel model values fuel moisture content fuel properties fuel types Glacier National Park Group Fire Behavior hardwood HERB+ herbaceous material ignition inches 7.6 cm Kessell layer Live fuel load lntermt lodgepole pine logging slash mi/h mixed conifer National Fire-Danger Rating NFDRS fuel models nomographs overstory percent photographs pocosin Ponderosa pine Range Exp rate of spread Region represented Rothermel 1972 shrub field shrublands slash Model Southern rough Timber litter tons/acre 0 Fuel tons/acre Dead fuel Total fuel load understory USDA values for estimating vegetation Vi-inch wildland