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Predicting duff and woody fuel consumed by prescribed fire in the northern Rocky Mountains

Predicting duff and woody fuel consumed by prescribed fire in the northern Rocky Mountains

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in [Ogden, Utah] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prescribed burning -- Rocky Mountains

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames K. Brown ... [et al.].
    SeriesResearch paper INT -- 337.
    ContributionsBrown, James K. 1938-, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p. :
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17832417M
    OCLC/WorldCa12123426

    SOURCES OF IGNITION "The West has dry lightning - and that is why, with or without people, significant fractions of the American West will burn" - Stephen J. Pyne, Science Magazine, Every fire has a source of ignition, and these ignitions are commonly classified as either lightning- . Fuel size classes and shape (1, 10, and 1, hour fuels); surface area to volume ratio: smaller (fine) fuels have a higher surface area to volume rater than larger .

    Devils Tower National Monument Belle Fourche Prescribed Fire May 7, Prepared by Dan Swanson Burn Unit Summary The Belle Fourche prescribed fire was completed May 7, This was the second prescribed fire entry into this unit in the past 15 years. The first prescribed fire in the unit was on April 29, , and resulted. Dec 11,  · Surface fuel loadings and predicted fire behavior for vegetation types in the northern Rocky Mountains. James K. Brown, Collin D. Bevins. Determining Prescribed Fire and Fuel Treatment Compatibility with Semidesert Grassland Habitat Predicting post-fire tree mortality for 12 western US conifers using.

    Early Vegetal Succession Following Large Northern Rocky Mountain Wildfires L. JACK LYON AND PETER F. STICKNEyl INTRODUCTION ~LDFIRE is a naturally recurring phenomenon in the forests of the Northern Rockies. Historical accounts of earliest explorations contain references to . Jun 10,  · Whitebark pine (Pinus albicaulis) forests are declining across most of its range in North America because of the combined effects of three factors (Arno , Kendall and Keane ).This species is found in the high elevations of the Rocky Mountains from Banff National Park in central Alberta to the Wind River Range in Wyoming, and along the spine of the Cascades and Sierra Nevada .


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[James K Brown; Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station (Ogden, Utah),; United States. Forest Service,]. Predicting Duff and Woody Fuel Consumed by Prescribed Fire in the Northern Rocky Mountains. INTRODUCTION. James K. Brown Michael A. Marsden Kevin C. Ryan E:izabeth D.

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In Proceedings of the Fourth Conference on Research in California’s National Cited by: The relationships presented here can be used to predict duff and woody fuel consumption from prescribed burning in logging slash in the mixed conifer type of the northern Rocky Mountains.

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May 30,  · This paper addresses the second problem and provides methods for making a first approximation of the behavior of a running crown fire in fuels and weather conditions of the northern Rocky Mountains in the western United States. Rate of spread is developed from field data correlated to prediction of Rothermel's surface spread model.

Chapter 3 Characterizing Sources of Emissions from Wildland Fires. prescribed fire or smoke management reports, and aerial or satellite imagery data (Battye & Battye, ). All three procedures have problems associated with the information. E.D. Reinhardt, W.C.

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Davis, Master of Science Utah State University, Major Advisor: Dr. Barbara J. Bentz Department: Wildland Resources Ponderosa pine delayed mortality, and bark beetle attacks and emergence were monitored on trees for 3 years following one prescribed fire in Idaho and one.