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Title: Influence of weather factors on moisture content of light fuels in forests of the northern Rocky Mountains

Author: Jemison, George M.;

Date: 1935

Source: Journal of Agricultural Research. 51(10): 885-906.

Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)

Description: The necessity of forest-fire protection is generally recognized in the United Slates. The tremendous damage done by forest fires each year to valuable timber, watershed cover, forest range, wildlife, recreational facilities, and personal property has impressed upon the people the need for preventing and controlling forest fires so far as this is humanly possible.

Keywords: weather, moisture content, fuels, forest fires

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Jemison, George M. 1935. Influence of weather factors on moisture content of light fuels in forests of the northern Rocky Mountains. Journal of Agricultural Research. 51(10): 885-906.

 


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