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A field study on grass field burning was conducted in the Willamette Valley of Oregon during the summer of 1965. Approximately 230,000 acres of grass field are burned in the valley during August and September. Serious air pollution problems result from...

Person: Merland, Boubel
Year: 1966
Type: Document
Source: TTRS

Forest fires have been photographed from the air with infra-red film, and observations wiht an infra-red image converter have been used to map wild fires through heavy smoke. © Institute of Foresters of Australia. Abstract reproduced by permission.

Person: Packham
Year: 1966
Type: Document
Source: TTRS

Samples were collected from smoke clouds above forest fires, and the sizes of the smoke particles were determined. Most particles appeared to be approximately 0.1 in diameter. © Institute of Foresters of Australia. Abstract reproduced by permission....

Person: MacArthur
Year: 1966
Type: Document
Source: TTRS

A field technique for evaluating winds aloft is described. It can be used at remote places-even at the site of a wildfire. It has proved accurate as any known single theodolite technique, and is time-saving because the winds aloft are evaluated in...

Person: Hull
Year: 1966
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES, TTRS

Burning experiments in the laboratory on samples of forest floor (L + F + H organic layers) from an old-growth Tsuga heterophylla/Pseudotsuga taxifolia forest, indicated a 25-64% loss of N from the forest floor at temperatures of 300-700 C. Burning...

Person: Knight
Year: 1966
Type: Document
Source: FRAMES