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Particulate Matter Emissions for Fires in the Palmetto-Gallberry Fuel TypeAuthor(s): Darold E. Ward
Source: Forest Sci. 29(4):761-770
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Southern Research Station
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DescriptionFire management specialists in the southeastern United States needing guides for predicting or assessing particulate matter emission factors, emission rates, and heat release rate can use the models presented in this paper for making these predictions as a function of flame length in the palmetto-gallberry fuel type.
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CitationWard, Darold E. 1983. Particulate Matter Emissions for Fires in the Palmetto-Gallberry Fuel Type. Forest Sci. 29(4):761-770.
KeywordsFire management, smoke production
- Predicting fire behavior in palmetto-gallberry fuel complexes
- Potential Natural Vegetation Group: Palmetto Prairie
- Time - Temperature Relationships of Test Head Fired and Backfires
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