Lee, Mike
September 2005
Fire Chief;Sep/Oct2005 Supplement, Vol. 49, p30
Trade Publication
Focuses on the role of incident meteorologists in fire management in the U.S. Ability of meteorologists to obtain accurate forecasts in the morning before firefighters leave camp; Issuance of spot weather forecasts for the immediate area; Monitor of weather data on computer to catch violent weather developing during the day.


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