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Type: Journal Article
Author(s): Marcello Casula; Fabrizio Pedes; Andrea Ventura; Valentina Bacciu; Grazia Pellizzaro; Liliana Del Giudice; Carla Scarpa; Annalisa Canu; Michele Salis; Pierpaolo Duce; Bachisio Arca
Publication Date: 2022

Fire propagation is mainly influenced by three elements: slope of the terrain, vegetation, and wind. The most dangerous fires events occur with strong wind conditions. Even small differences in wind field predictions can imply relevant variations in burned areas; therefore, particular attention should be dedicated to feed the fire model with reliable wind field information.

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Citation: Casula, Marcello; Pedes, Fabrizio; Ventura, Andrea; Bacciu, Valentina; Pellizzaro, Grazia; Del Giudice, Liliana; Scarpa, Carla; Canu, Annalisa; Salis, Michele; Duce, Pierpaolo; Arca, Bachisio. 2022. A mass consistent approach to improve wind downscaling for real time fire spread simulations. Environmental Sciences Proceedings 17(1):76.

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  • early warning
  • fire weather forecast
  • Italy
  • mass-consistent
  • multigrid
  • real-time simulation
  • wildland fire management
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FRAMES Record Number: 67497