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Effects of fire on air

National Fire Effects Workshop (1978 Denver, Colo.)

Effects of fire on air

a state-of-knowledge review

by National Fire Effects Workshop (1978 Denver, Colo.)

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Forest fires -- Prevention and control -- Environmental aspects -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared for the Forest Service National Fire Effects Workshop, Denver, Colo., April 10-14, 1978
    SeriesGeneral technical report WO -- 9
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 p. :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14208085M

    Larry Norton of Memorial Sloan-Kettering Hospital said "Why isn't the whole nation mobilizing to take care of the chronic health impact of this disaster? Words: - Pages: 12 Fire Sales Burning conditions are often unfavorable along streams because Of increasing fuel moisture, making line plowing optional. Although the relationship between fire and soil nutrients is complex because of the interactions among many factors, fire intensity is usually the most critical factor affecting post-fire nutrient dynamics, with greater nutrient losses occurring with higher fire intensity.

    Cool air drainage at night will carry smoke down slope, causing visibility problems in lowlands and valleys. Although the relationship between fire and soil nutrients is complex because of the interactions among many factors, fire intensity is usually the most critical factor affecting post-fire nutrient dynamics, with greater nutrient losses occurring with higher fire intensity. Fire intensity will most likely determine post-fire soil nutrient dynamics. Gloucester, MA: Peter Smith. Several studies have been conducted in grassland soils in Kansas that focused on the responses of soil macroinvertebrates to fire.

    In addition, certain chemicals released by burning can accumulate in the fats of animals and then in humans as we consume meat, fish and dairy products. Soil porosity can also be reduced by the loss of soil invertebrates that channel in the soil. Jenkins alleged that the local office refused, saying, "We don't want you f—ing cowboys here. Quick action from firefighters is often the difference between a fire and an environmental disaster if fuels and chemicals threaten to leak into nearby water sources. Aesthetics can be enhanced by prescribed fire Many of the undesirable esthetic impacts are relatively short term and can be minimized by considering scenic qualities when planning a burn. Flash Flood; are walls of water, set up in a matter of hours by a large convective storm.


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