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fuels (fire ecology)
Subject Category
P Natural Resources, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Living or dead vegetation that can be ignited.
Definition Source
Fire Effects Information System Glossary
RDF/XML Format:
Scope Note
Use for the living or dead vegetation that can be ignited; For materials which are used for the purpose of releasing energy USE fuels; For the use of wood as a source of energy USE fuelwood.
Persistent URI:
Used For
canopy fuels
forest fuels
ladder fuels
Broader Term
fire ecology
Narrower Term
fuel bed
Related Term
fire hazard
fire hazard reduction
fire intensity
fire regime
fire severity
fuel loading
combustibles (ecología de incendios)
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