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Adaptation of the United States Fire Danger Rating System to fynbos conditions. Part I. A fuel model for fire danger rating in the fynbos biome



Adaptation of the United States Fire Danger Rating System to fynbos conditions. Part I. A fuel model for fire danger rating in the fynbos biome



South African Forestry Journal (129): 61-65



The fuel model consists of values representing the fuel characteristics of fynbos vegetation, to be used in conjunction with weather data and a fire spread model to produce fire danger indices.

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