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Moisture in living fuels affects fire behaviorAuthor(s): Clive M. Countryman
Source: Fire Management. 35: 10-14
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Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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CitationCountryman, Clive M. 1974. Moisture in living fuels affects fire behavior. Fire Management. 35: 10-14.
Keywordsmoisture content, fire behavior, chaparral, manzanita, fuel moisture, living fuels
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