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Forecasting Smoke Emissions and Transport - Addressing the Knowledge Gaps
Forecasting Smoke Emissions and Transport - Addressing the Knowledge Gaps
18 Aug 2015
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Forecasting Smoke Emissions and Transport - Addressing the Knowledge Gaps

A numerical forecasting system is being developed for smoke management in Victoria. Underpinning the system are observation studies which target specific knowledge gaps. 

1) The spatial and combustion characteristics of coarse heavy shrub and bark fuels\

2) The emission rates of the key smoke constitutents

3) The use of remote sensed fire radiative power to characterise heat release

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