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Physics-based Modeling of Fire Behavior and Smoke Plume Development, How Much is Enough?
Understanding Fire Response to Spatial Variations in Vegetation Distribution and Wind Flow
A Multiscale Study of the Coupling Between Flow, Fire and Vegetation – Influence of Vegetation Distribution and Flow on Fire Behavior and Plume Development for Risk Mitigation in Prescribed Burns
Novel Sloping Wind Tunnel Experiments and Adaptive Mesh Simulations of Fine-Scale Combustion for Physics-Based Models of Wildland Fire
Integrated Research Management Team Supporting SERDP/DOD Wildland Fire Science Initiative
Measuring and Modeling Pyrolysis to Improve Prediction of Prescribed Fire Behavior
Characterizing Multiscale Feedbacks between Forest Structure, Fire Behavior and Effects: Integrating Measurements and Mechanistic Modeling for Improved Understanding of Pattern and Process