2 edition of Investigations into improved field burning smoke management techniques found in the catalog.
Investigations into improved field burning smoke management techniques
M. A. Wolf
Bibliography: p. 123.
|Statement||M.A. Wolf and P.C. Katen.|
|Contributions||Katen, P. C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 123, A97 p. :|
|Number of Pages||123|
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They represent the law enforcement, prosecution, defense, and fire and arson investigation communities. The validation of the fire scene investigation process is heavily dependent on the (1) investigating organisation, (2) the skills and competency of its staff and (3) the techniques and equipment used.
(1). The investigating organisation must provide the appropriate resources to facilitate the fire investigation process to be undertaken (2).
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Smoke Management for Prescribed Burning 1 Smoke is a by-product of incomplete combustion caused by the inefficient mixing of oxygen and fuel. Ninety percent of smoke emissions from wildland fires are carbon dioxide and water vapor.
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