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Calculating moisture content of 1000-hour timelag fuels in western Washington and western Oregon



Calculating moisture content of 1000-hour timelag fuels in western Washington and western Oregon



Research Paper, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, USDA Forest Service (PNW-336): 16



A regionally specific predictive model is presented for logging slash, modified from the 1000-h fuel moisture model of the National Fire-Danger Rating System; it requires daily measurements of precipitation duration, max. and min. RH and max. and min. temp. Measured and calculated fuel m.c. showed good agreement. The model allows managers to accurately calculate fuel moisture values from weather variables for fuel reduction estimates.

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