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Observing the dynamics of Wildland grass fires: Fireflux - a field validation experimentAuthor(s): Craig B. Clements; Shiyuan Zhong; Scott Goodrick; Ju Li; Brian E. Potter; Xindi Bian; Warren E. Heilman; Joseph J. Charney; Ryan Perna; Meongdo Jang; Daegyun Lee; Monica Patel; Susan Street; Glenn Aumann
Source: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 88:1369-1382.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe first comprehensive set of in situ measurements of turbulence and dynamics in an experimental wildland grass fire should help improve fire models.
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CitationClements, Craig B.; Zhong, Shiyuan; Goodrick, Scott; Li, Ju; Potter, Brian E.; Bian, Xindi; Heilman, Warren E.; Charney, Joseph J.; Perna, Ryan; Jang, Meongdo; Lee, Daegyun; Patel, Monica; Street, Susan; Aumann, Glenn. 2007. Observing the dynamics of Wildland grass fires: Fireflux - a field validation experiment. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 88:1369-1382.
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