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Dynamics of fire plumes in verticle shearAuthor(s): Philip Cunningham; Scott L. Goodrick; Hussaini M. Yousuff; Rodman R. Linn; Chunmei Xia
Source: In: Wildland Fire Ecology And fire Management Congress And Fifth Symposium On Fire and Forest Meteorology, November 16-20, Orlando, Florida, p. 1-3
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionPlumes from wildfires and prescribed fires represent a critical aspect of smoke mangement and aire quality assessment, as as such it is important to understand the structure and dynamics of these plumes, both with respect to a basic understanding of the phenomena and with respect to an assessment of the validity of plumerise parameterizations over a wide variety of fire conditions.
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CitationCunningham, Philip; Goodrick, Scott L.; Hussaini M. Yousuff; Linn, Rodman R.; Xia, Chunmei. 2003. Dynamics of fire plumes in verticle shear. In: Wildland Fire Ecology And fire Management Congress And Fifth Symposium On Fire and Forest Meteorology, November 16-20, Orlando, Florida, p. 1-3
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