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Type: Journal Article
Author(s): Vera N. Egorova; Gianni Pagnini
Publication Date: 2022

Several cross-sectional studies recognize that conductive climatic conditions, including grave weather conditions favorable for ignition, larger burned areas, increasing fuel load and longer fire season, can lead to extreme events and enable fires to spread faster. Thus, the knowledge of relevant climatic and biomass characteristics is necessary for a reliable modelling of the fire-spotting generated fires.

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Citation: Egorova, Vera N.; Pagnini, Gianni. 2022. Climate classification of the fire-spotting generated wildfires. Environmental Sciences Proceedings 17(1):13.

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Climate    Fire Behavior    Models    Weather
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  • fire propagation
  • fire spread
  • spotting
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