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Smoke Plume Injection into the Atmosphere and Subsequent Pyrocumulus 'Blow-Up'
Smoke Plume Injection into the Atmosphere and Subsequent Pyrocumulus 'Blow-Up'
18 Aug 2015
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Smoke Plume Injection into the Atmosphere and Subsequent Pyrocumulus 'Blow-Up'

  • Fire influences climates through emission of gas and particles into the atmosphere.
  • Advances in geospatial technology have permitted analysis of fire dynamics.
  • Tasmania experienced severe fires in January 2013 that burnt ca. 120,000 ha of forested and urban landscapes.
  • Dunalley town was the worst affected, where a convective column and  ember storms were observed.
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