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Fire and fuels management: Fire and fuels management: Definitions, Ambiguous Terminology and References
111 definitions by The U.S. National Park Service

Wind Reduction FactorWind-Driven FireWildland-Urban InterfaceWildland Fire Situation AnalysisValues to be Protected, or Values at RiskWildland FireUnderstory FireTransitionTypeTotal Fuel LoadTotal BiomassTorching IndexTorching FireTimelag ClassTacticsSurfacing IndexSurface FuelsStrategySurface FireSuppressionSpot FireSite CharacteristicsReburnPresuppressionPrescriptionPreparednessPrescribed FirePlume-Dominated FirePassive Crown FireObjectiveMass-Flow RateLine OfficerLadder FuelsIndependent Crown FireInitial AttackIndependent Crown FireIncident CommanderIncidentHysteresisHeading FireHazardous Fuels ReductionGound FuelsGround Fire (or Surface Fire)Fuel TreatmentsFuel - Total FuelFull-Range Fire Behavior SimulationFuel StratumFuel Moisture ContentFuel Strata GapFuel LoadingFuel ModelFuel ContinuityFuel ComplexFuel - Available FuelFrontal Fire IntensityFoliar Moisture EffectFoliar Moisture ContentFlaming FrontFlanking FireFlame LengthFireline IntensityFire TypeFire Spreading RateFire Shelter DeploymentFire SeverityFire RotationFire Return IntervalFire RiskFire Regime Condition ClassFire RegimeFire Management PlanFire Hazard (Potential)Fire FrequencyFire EnvironmentFire DurationFire CycleFire Behavior - Total Heat ReleaseFire Behavior - Ground Fires (Paysen et al., 2000)Fire Behavior - Surface FiresFire Behavior - Crown FiresEntrapmentEnvironmental ConditionsCrowning IndexCrown Fire HazardCrown Fire CessationCrown FireCrown Bulk DensityCrown Base HeightCreeping FireCover TypeControlConfineContainConditional Surface FireChainCohortCatastrophic FireCanopy FuelsCanopy Bulk DensityCanopy Base HeightCanopy DensityBurn Severity, Depth of Burn, Ground CharBlacklineBackfiringBackfiringBacking FireBiomassAvailable FuelAvailable Canopy FuelAppropriate Management ResourceActive Crown Fire
Date
2014-09-01
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