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Evaluation of Operational Models for Wind Variability Over Complex Terrain
Evaluation of Operational Models for Wind Variability Over Complex Terrain
18 Aug 2015
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Evaluation of Operational Models for Wind Variability Over Complex Terrain

Understanding the variability of wind speed and direction across complex terrain is a vital part of understanding volatile fire behaviour. A probabilistic characterisation of wind fields can complement the current deterministic approaches to enhance discussion of uncertainties in the modelling process.

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Rachael Quill; Leesa Sidhu
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