Latest Wildland fire suppression Stories
A study led by anthropologist Christopher I. Roos from Southern Methodist University in Dallas shows that modern “mega forest fires” in the southwestern U.S. are the result of dense canopies that likely grew as a result of human interference.
Forests in the Amazon Basin are expected to be less vulnerable to wildfires this year, according to the first forecast from a new fire severity model developed by university and NASA researchers.
FireWhat attended the Oreilly 2012 Where Conference, and announced their new suite of products designed to keep people informed with up to the minute information about wildfires. San
Where 2.0 is a world-renowned meeting of the minds focusing on location-based technology lead by O’Reilly Media. FireWhat Inc. has been invited to join the discussion.
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