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24 Oct 2016

Coupled fire-atmosphere modelling project

Bushfires affect the surrounding atmosphere because of the large amount of heat and moisture that results from the combustion and is deposited in the atmosphere. The atmospheric response to this energy input includes changes to the local winds, modification of the boundary layer, and the development of pyroconvective clouds. These changes can profoundly modify the evolution of the fire.

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