Disaster Resources

This page includes information about disaster management and planning resources that may assist tribes in addressing climate-related disasters.

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What are? Measures of Fire Behavior; Fire Facts 2017 Northwest Fire Science Consortium

"Fire behavior can be characterized as the manner in which a fire reacts to the interaction of fuel, weather, and topography - the "fire behavior triangle." The four main parameters used to describe fire behavior include: rate of spread, fireline intensity, flame length, and flame height."

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Wildland Fire Smoke in the United States 2022 USDA Forest Service, UW

This open access book synthesizes current information on wildland fire smoke in the United States, providing a scientific foundation for addressing the production of smoke from wildland fires. Chapters include content like fire behavior, emissions, fire chemistry, health, economics, and resource management perspectives.

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