Smoke Management for Prescribed Burning: What to Consider
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Managing smoke produced by prescribed fires has, in recent years, become a critical consideration when planning a prescribed fire event. In some situations, planning for smoke management may be more complicated than planning for the prescribed fire itself. Considerations such as human and animal health and safety, air pollution, and reduced visibilities must be taken into careful account when planning even a small, routine prescribed burn.
Randall, Jesse, "Smoke Management for Prescribed Burning: What to Consider" (2012). Extension and Outreach Publications. 800.
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