The failure of a property that has been changed by an external agent to return to its original value when the cause of the change is removed. In crown fire, hysteresis is expressed in the persistence of active crowning after the fire environment has changed such that a crown fire could no longer initiate (Scott and Reinhardt, 2001).

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