Wildland Fire Research FASMEE

Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiments

 

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U.S. Forest Service – Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiment, FASMEE, is an event for researchers to learn from a large scale wild fire and help add data to fire models.

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Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiments     U.S. Forest Service – Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiment, FASMEE, is an event for researchers to learn from a large scale wild fire and help add data to fire models. See also  National Forests Across Arizona Impose Campfire Restrictions

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