2nd International Wildland Fire Ecology and Fire Management Congress

Poster Session 5

 Fire Behavior
 P5.1Techniques and sampling strategies for comparing fires of different intensities  
D. Kennard, USDA Forest Service, Auburn, AL; and K. Outcalt, D. Jones, and B. Estes
 P5.2Using FOFEM 5.0 to estimate tree mortality, fuel consumption, smoke production and soil heating from wildland fire  extended abstract
Elizabeth D. Reinhardt, USDA Forest Service, Missoula, MT
 P5.3Ignition behavior of live California chaparral leaves  extended abstract
Steven G. Smith, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT; and J. D. Engstrom, J. K. Butler, L. L. Baxter, T. H. Fletcher, and D. R. Weise
 P5.4Use of FVS/FFE in the Duck Creek UT. fuel management demonstration area  
Edward E. Mathews, USDA, Missoula, MT
 P5.5Experimental study on fire behavior of live chaparral fuels  extended abstract
Lulu Sun, University of California, Riverside, CA; and X. Zhou, S. Mahalingam, and D. R. Weise
 P5.6Fuels and Fire Behavior Vary by Fuel-Reduction Treatment and Landscape Position  
Thomas A. Waldrop, USDA Forest Service, Clemson, SC; and H. H. Mohr and S. Rideout
 P5.7Fuel Moisture Estimation Model for a Deciduous Secondary Forest in Japan—A Comparison of Parameters under the Different Canopy  extended abstract
Koji Tamai, Forestry & Forest Products Research Institute, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; and Y. Goto
 P5.8Analysis of algorithms for predicting canopy fuel  extended abstract
Katharine L. Gray, Fire Science Lab, Missoula, MT; and E. Reinhardt
 P5.9Evaluating alternative methods for measuring fire intensity  
Eric S. Menges, Archbold Biological Station, Lake Placid, FL; and A. L. Wally and C. W. Weekley
P5.10Characterization of smoke produced in controlled caribbean pine fires  
Iván J. Sánchez, Cuerpo de Bomberos de la Universidad Simón Bolívar, Caracas, Miranda, Venezuela; and J. Rojas and F. J. Rodríguez
 P5.11BehavePlus fire modeling system, version 2: Overview  extended abstract
Patricia L. Andrews, USDA Forest Service Research, Missoula, MT; and C. D. Bevins
 P5.12Fire intensity in natural and manipulated fuels during spring buring in mixed shrub woodlands  
Tim Bradley, National Park Service, Whiskeytown, CA; and J. Gibson and W. Bunn
 P5.13Modeling post-frontal combustion in the FARSITE fire area simulator  extended abstract
Mark A. Finney, USDA Forest Service, Missoula, MT; and R. C. Seli and P. L. Andrews
 P5.14The Fire Research And Management Exchange System (FRAMES) and National Biological Information Infrastructure (NBII): working together to build a foundation in support of wildland fire information and technology transfer  
Jennifer Gaines, USGS, Denver, CO; and G. Gollberg
 P5.15Development and use of a 'Rapid Assessment Plot' to monitor thinning and Wildland Fire Use  
Kara J. Paintner, Yosemite National Park, Yosemite, CA; and M. S. Buhler and D. Buckley
 P5.16Characterization of flame radiant heat fluxes in shrubland fires  
Miguel G. Cruz, University of Montana, Missoula, MT; and B. W. Butler and D. X. Viegas
 P5.17The Susceptibility of Forested Stands to Extreme Fire Behavior; an analysis in the northwest United States  
Paul Fieldhouse, Stevensville Ranger Station, Stevensville, MT; and J. Dickinson

Monday, 17 November 2003: 6:00 PM

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