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Forest floor fuel loads, depths and bulks densities in four interior Alaskan cover types
Richard J. Barney
1981 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Forest and Range Experiment Station in Ogden, Utah .
Written in English
|Statement||Richard J. Barney, Collin D. Bevins and Larry S. Bradshaw.|
|Series||Research note INT -- 304.|
|Contributions||Bevins, Collin D., Bradshaw, Larry S., Forestry Sciences Laboratory (Missoula, Mont.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. ;|
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Forest floor fuel loads, depths, and bulk densities are reported for four Interior Alaska cover types. Cover types included are upland black spruce, lowland black spruce, white spruce, and paper birch.
Results indicate forest floor depths range from slightly over 2 inches to about 7 inches for all areas sampled. Loads range from lb/ft2 to lb/ft2 ( kg/m2 to Forest floor fuel loads, depths and bulk densities in four interior Alaskan cover types.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Richard J Barney. The main objectives of this study are to a) determine the depth, bulk density and fuel load for each forest floor horizon with the associated carbon stock in Aleppo pine stands and b) develop.
The experimental burn and wildfire data sets were analyzed separately and combined by regression to provide fuel consumption models.
Model variables differed among fuel types, but preburn fuel load, duff depth, bulk density, and Canadian Forest Fire Weather Index System components at the time of burning were common significant by: In many forest types, over half of the total stand biomass is located in the forest floor.
Carbon emissions during wildland fire are directly related to biomass (fuel) consumption. Barney RJ, Bevins CD, Bradshaw LS () Forest floor fuel loads, depths, and bulk densities in four interior Alaskan cover types.
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Wigg), kg m −2 cm −1 for upper duff, and kg m −2 cm −1 for lower duff (USDA Author: Stacy A. Drury. Barney RJ, Bevins CD, Bradshaw LS () ‘Forest floor fuel loads, depths, and bulk densities in four Interior Alaskan cover types.’ USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station Research Note INT (Ogden, UT)Cited by: 6.
Some FCS References Woody Detritus Density and Density Reduction Factors for Tree Species in the Forest Floor Fuel Loads, Depths, and Bulk Densities in Four Interior Alaskan Cover Types. LANDFIRE's (LF) Forest Canopy Bulk Density (CBD) describes the density of available canopy fuel in a stand.
It is defined as the mass of available canopy fuel per canopy volume unit. CBD unit measurements are kg m-3 * These products are provided for forested areas only.
In the context of local scale fire behaviour, the BEHAVE system uses a different fuel type classification, known as the NFFL (Northern Forest Fire Laboratory) or Behave fuel types (Albini,Burgan and Rothermel, ).The authors distinguished 13 fuel types based on the primary nature of the surface fuel ().These fuel models are divided into four vegetation groups: herbaceous fuels (fuel Cited by: Note 1) Diesel fuels are in USA broken up into 3 different classes: 1D, 2D and difference between these classes depends on viscosity and boiling point ranges.
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models could be attributed to fuel load by size class, fuelbed depth, and fuel particle size. Parameters for hr and hr SAV were listed for each fuel model, but did not vary among models – 1/ft and 30 1/ft, respectively.
Albini () refined those 11 fuel models and added two others, Dormant Brush (6) and Southern Rough (7). STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF TANK 5 FLOOR SAMPLE RESULTS Book Summary: Sampling has been completed for the characterization of the residual material on the floor of Tank 5 in the F‐Area Tank Farm at the Savannah River Site (SRS), near Aiken, SC.
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Wildfires have burned millions of hectares in recent decades (Littell et al., ), and bark beetle outbreaks have affected tens of millions of hectares in western North America since (Raffa et al., ).Both disturbances are influenced by climate (e.g., Westerling et al Cited by: WITH STAND AGE IN BLACK SPRUCE FORESTS OF INTERIOR ALASKA.
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In Alaska, the FRPA, Tongass Timber Reform Act, and Tongass Land Management Plan (TLMP) revision each prescribe mandatory buffers for certain types of fish-bearing (and, in the case of TLMP, some non-fish-bearing) water bodies.
BufferFile Size: 69KB. Distribution of Fires. Most of Alaska's wildfires occur in the interior forests, north of the Alaska Range and into the Brooks Range. An excellent map of the fire Alaska historic fires, overlaid on the boreal forest biome, is on 4th page of this government report.
Fire is a normal part of the boreal forest ecosystem, which wraps around the globe through Alaska, northern Canada, northern. In turn, the likelihood of a crown fire depends upon complex interactions between surface and understory fuel load and characteristics, height of the crown base, and crown bulk density (CBD), which jointly determine the fuel load, and by the moisture of thin particles (fuel availability (van Wagner ; Alexander Cited by: 8.
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Walls can collapse in one piece or crumble in many parts. Duff load. The mass per area unit of the duff layer.
Discussion. Duff loads for a range of vegetation types are reported in the Stereo Photo Series for Quantifying Natural Fuels, volumes I to VI (Ottmar and others a, b, a, b, c, a, b, ). A summary of duff bulk density values for a range of forest types is available in Brown and others () and Barney and.
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Shrub fuel bulk density and occupied voxel density both decreased because of the fire such that the best-fit lines had very similar shapes despite the high variability in these m × m × m voxel-level observations around the best logarithmic fits (adjusted R prefire and postfire; see Figure 8); therefore, a single.
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