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Development of a comprehensive plume dynamics and meteorology study plan for FASMEE - Final Report to the Joint Fire Science Program

Author(s): Brian E. Potter, Craig B. Clements
Year Published: 2017
Description:

The goal of this project was to develop the Plume Dynamics and Meteorology portion of the Study Plan for the Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiment (FASMEE). The Investigators participated in regular meetings with the other discipline leads, modeling leads, and the science leadership team; field trips to examine potential sites for the eventual burns; contacted peers and vendors relevant to plume dynamics and meteorology; developed draft budgets, measurement plans, and specifications for those measurements; and helped with the initial draft of the Study Plan. This report summarizes the Plume Dynamics and Meteorology elements of that Study Plan.

Citation: Potter BE; Clements CB. 2017. Development of a comprehensive plume dynamics and meteorology study plan for FASMEE. Joint Fire Science Project No. 16-4-03-1. Seattle, WA: US Forest Service. 11 p.
Topic(s): Smoke & Air Quality, Fire & Smoke Models
Ecosystem(s): None
Document Type: Technical Report or White Paper
NRFSN number: 17025
FRAMES RCS number: 24681
Record updated: Mar 7, 2018