wildfire@manchester - Understanding fire intensity and severity, John Dold

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This wildfire@manchester seminar was the second of three half-day knowledge exchange events organised as part of the Knowledge for Wildfire NERC KE fellowship project. http://www.kfwf.org.uk

The pre-circulated keynote presentation was followed by replies from invited discussants representing different practitioner sectors (e.g. Fire officers, moorland land managers, Forestry Commission), and then by discussion from the floor. The Keynote speaker was Professor John Dold, a RCUK-funded fire behaviour researcher from Applied Mathematics, University Manchester.
We produced report for the Knowledge for Wildfire project website (www.kfwf.org.uk).

The series builds on stakeholder engagement experience from coordinating the ESRC/NERC-funded FIRES seminar series (four 2-day events, 2007-1009).
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wildfire@manchester - Understanding fire intensity and severity, John Dold: Implications for managing wildfire and prescribed fire,

Abbreviated titlewildfire@manchester 2
Event duration13 Jun 201313 Jun 2013
Location of eventUniversity of Manchester
CityManchester
CountryUnited Kingdom
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Degree of recognitionNational event

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