3 edition of The application of meteorology to forest fire protection found in the catalog.
The application of meteorology to forest fire protection
J. G. Wright
by Forest Fire Research Institute, Dept. of Forestry and Rural Development in Ottawa
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 29-39.
|Statement||by J. G. Wright and H. W. Beall.|
|Series||Imperial Forestry Bureau, Oxford. Technical communication no. 4|
|Contributions||Beall, H. W., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||SD421 .F588 FF-X-11|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||79557826|
In he retired from the U.S. Forest Service as Deputy Chief for State and Private Forestry, with responsibility for Fire and Aviation Management, National Fire Plan, Cooperative Forestry Programs, Forest Health Protection, Conservation Education, Urban and Community Forestry, and the Office of Tribal Relations. Current Research. My current research is focused on (1) developing new predictive tools for fire-weather, fire behavior, and air quality in support of the Forest Service's Fire and Fuels R&D Strategy, (2) examining fire-fuel-atmosphere interactions, turbulence regimes, and local dispersion of smoke during wildland fire events, and (3) examining the effects of climate .
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[no description entered] Title The application of meteorology to forest fire protection (reprint of publication). The California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE) is California's fire department and resource management agency. The organization is comprised of nearly 8, permanent and seasonal employees.
The mission of the Department is to serve and safeguard the people and protect the property and resources of California. The Forest Service has been managing wildland fire on National Forests and Grasslands for more than years.
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