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Meteorological conditions affecting the Freeman Lake (Idaho) Fire

Author(s): George M. Jemison
Year Published: 1932

[Excerpt from text] Measurements of meteorological conditions prevailing during the rapid spread of forest fires are greatly needed so that when their recurrence seems probable, fire weather forecasters may issue warnings of the danger.

Citation: Jemison, G.M. 1932. Meteorological conditions affecting the Freeman Lake (Idaho) Fire. Monthly Weather Review. 60(1): 1-2.
Topic(s): Fire Behavior, Extreme Fire Behavior, Case Studies, Weather
Ecosystem(s): None
Document Type: Book or Chapter or Journal Article
NRFSN number: 8305
FRAMES RCS number: 11669
Record updated: May 16, 2018