Researchers Find Hot Spot with Simulation

August 2004
Fire Chief;Aug2004, Vol. 48 Issue 8, p26
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Reports on the development of simulators designed to anticipate the behavior of wildfires in the U.S. Success of the Data Dynamic Simulation for Disaster Management Project by a group of researchers from various universities; Application of the state-of-the-art information to wildland fire management; Prediction of the likely effect of firefighting strategies.


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