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Using Automated Fuel Moisture Sensors to Plan Prescribed Burns
Using Automated Fuel Moisture Sensors to Plan Prescribed Burns
18 Aug 2015

Using Automated Fuel Moisture Sensors to Plan Prescribed Burns

DELWP is trialing a statewide Automated Fuel Moisture Monitoring Network (AFMMN) to improve the planned burn program. We conducted a preliminary assessment of AFMMN data as a tool for decision making by fire managers planning prescribed burns.

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William Bovill; Craig Baillie; Amanda Ashton
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