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Meteorology of the Sampson Flat Fire in January 2015
Meteorology of the Sampson Flat Fire in January 2015
18 Aug 2015
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Meteorology of the Sampson Flat Fire in January 2015

In January 2015, the Sampson flat bushfire burnt in the Adelaide hills. it was active for 6 days, burning 12,500 ha, 27 homes, numerous sheds and 900 animals. This study focuses on the meteorological conditions on the day of ignition Friday 2 January. the major fire run occurred the following day.

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Samantha Slattery; Robert J. B. Fawcett
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