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    Author(s): W. J. Massman; M. M. Nobles; G. Butters; S. J. Mooney
    Date: 2010
    Source: In: Viegas, D. X., ed. VI International Conference on Forest Fire Research; 2010 November 15-18; Coimbra, Portugal. Submission 086. Coimbra, Portugal: ADAI/CEIF, University of Coimbra. CD-ROM.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    The most obvious indication of transport of mass during a fire is flames and smoke. Furthermore it is well known that localized heating during the fire creates 3-D convective currents in the atmosphere and that these currents carry the combustion products away from the fire.

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    Massman, W. J.; Nobles, M. M.; Butters, G.; Mooney, S. J. 2010. Transport of CO2 and other combustion products in soils during slash-pile burns [Presentation]. In: Viegas, D. X., ed. VI International Conference on Forest Fire Research; 2010 November 15-18; Coimbra, Portugal. Submission 086. Coimbra, Portugal: ADAI/CEIF, University of Coimbra. CD-ROM.

    Keywords

    transport, soils, slash-pile burn, combustion

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