Graham, Brenda L.; Holle, Ronald L.; Lopez, Raul E.
April 1997
Fire Management Notes;1997, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p4
Deals with sensory technology that can be use for efficient management of lightning detection networks to help wildland fire managers. Types of lightning; Technologies used in lightning detectors; Lightning data use by fire managers.


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