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Some pragmatic thoughts on the prediction of spotting in wildland fires - powerpoint
Document Type: Unpublished Work
Author(s): Martin E. Alexander
Publication Year: 2009

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  • Albini's maximum spot fire distance models
  • fire growth modeling
  • probability of ignition
  • Prometheus
  • spot fires
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Record Last Modified: August 29, 2019
FRAMES Record Number: 11151

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Marty Alexander presents a speech for the MITACS/GEOIDE Conference on Forest Fire Modelling, June 22-23, 2009, in Hinton, AB. The main topics discussed in this powerpoint include extreme fire behavior, wildland-urban interface disasters, wildland fire behavior research, spot fire behavior, the Albini spot fire model, and the probability of fire ignition. Examples of extreme fire behavior from Canada, the United States, and Australia are included.

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Alexander, M. E. 2009. Some pragmatic thoughts on the prediction of spotting in wildland fires - powerpoint. Presentation at the MITACS/GEOIDE Conference on Forest Fire Modelling, June 22-23, 2009, Hinton, AB.