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Fire behavior references

Albini, FA, and CH Chase. 1980. Fire Containment Equations For Pocket Calculators. USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Note, INT-268. Ogden, UT. 17p.

Anderson, HE. 1983. Predicting wind-driven wildland fire size and shape. USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Paper, INT-305. Ogden, Utah. 26p.

Drysdale, D. 1985. An Introduction to Fire Dynamics. John Wiley and Sons. New York.

Fons, WL. 1946. Analysis of fire spread in light fuels. Journal of Agricultural Research. 72(3): 93-121.

Forestry Canada Fire Danger Group. 1992. Developmment and structure of the Canadian Forest Fire Behavior Prediction System. Forestry Canada Inf. Rep. ST-X-3. Ottawa, Canada. 63p.

French, IA, DH Anderson, and EA Catchpole. 1990. Graphical Simulation of Bushfire Spread. Mathematical Computer Modelling. 13(12): 67-71.

Noble, IR, GAV Barry, and AM Gill. 1980. McArthur's fire-danger meter expressed as equations. Australian Journal of Ecology. 5. 201-203.

Pyne, SJ, PL Andrews, and RD Laven. 1996. Introduction to Wildland Fire. 2nd ed. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. NY.

Rothermel, RC. 1972. A Mathematical Model for Predicting Fire Spread in Wildland Fuels. USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station. Research Paper, INT-115. Ogden, UT. 40p.

Weber, RO. 1991. Modeling fire spread through fuel beds. Progress Energy Combustion Science. 17:67-82.

Williams, FA. 1982. Urban and Wildland Fire Phenomenology. Progress Energy Combustion Science. 8. 317-354.