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Canadian Forest Fire Danger Rating System: an overview


, : Canadian Forest Fire Danger Rating System: an overview. Forestry Chronicle 65(4): 258-265

The history of forest fire danger rating research in Canada since 1925 is outlined, and the structure of the current system and its application by agencies throughout Canada are discussed in detail. The current system, the Canadian Forest Fire Danger Rating System, has been under development by Forestry Canada since 1968.

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