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Biomass Properties and Fire Prediction Tools

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Biomass Properties and Fire Prediction Tools
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788776816278
Number of pages: 61

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The book on biomass properties and prediction tools for vegetation wildland-urban interface fires. The text covers research in the field of occurrence and spreading of forest fires, fuel particle characteristics, ignition temperature and flammability, etc.

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