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A three-tiered smoke forecasting system for managing air pollution from planned burns
A three-tiered smoke forecasting system for managing air pollution from planned burns
25 Aug 2014

A three-tiered smoke forecasting system for managing air pollution from planned burns

The principal outcome of the Smoke Emission and Smoke Transport project will be a prototype forecast modelling framework optimised for Victoria and using state-of-the-art modelling systems informed by local observational data which characterises the fuel loads, fire behaviour and emission characteristics of planned and un-planned fires.

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Cope, Lee, Meyer, Sullivan, Surawski, Trindade, Reisen, Wain, Weston, Volkova, Tolhurst, Duff, Chong, Walsh, Tapper, Harris, Rudiger, Kilinc, Paton-Walsh, Guerette, Desservettaz, Edwards, Howard

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