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Science in 60 - Simulating flames helps tame future wildfires

The model provides additional scientific input for decisions by policymakers working in land management, water resources and energy.
July 12, 2016
The model provides additional scientific input for decisions by policymakers working in land management, water resources and energy.

The model provides additional scientific input for decisions by policymakers working in land management, water resources and energy.

FIRETEC presents a new way of studying fire and learning how to better manage and cope with it. The model provides additional scientific input for decisions by policymakers working in land management, water resources and energy. The team hopes it will eventually assist fire and fuel management operations. This research is done in partnership with the USDA Forest Service, Air Force Wildland Fire Center, INRA and Canadian Forest Service.

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