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Fuel Model Selection for BEHAVE
in Midwestern Oak Savannas

Tables


Table 3.  A summary of burn conditions when fire behavior was observed, these values were used as inputs into BEHAVE to predict fire behavior.
Site Burn date No. fire behavior transects Range of values for Fuel moisture (%)
No. installed No. with reliable data Slope (%) Temp. (F) Relative humidity (%) Wind speed (mph) 1 10
............ hr ............
Knob Noster State Park 12/04/94 5 5 2-9 62-63 42-43 4-6 8.0 9.0
Ha Ha Tonka State Park 02/21/95 7 5 10-24 54-55 32-33 2-3 8.5 20.0
Meramec State Park 03/23/95 7 5 4-20 68-69 39-41 0-4 11.0 14.0
Taum Sauk State Park 03/13/96 4 3 5 54 54 6 8.0 9.0
P-Highway 03/16/95 7 2 8-13 77-78 28-29 2-6 8.0 20.0
University State Forest 03/31/95 2 2 1 45-50 42-52 0-1 8.0 12.0
Peck Ranch Conservation Area 04/10/96 10 9 5-16 52-70 28-35 1-8 4.0 7.0

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