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Albert, J. S., James, E. E., and Sharon, L. H.: PREDICTING EXTREME
FIRE POTENTIAL, USDA Forest Service NCFES, East Lansing, Michigan,
Paper presented at the Ninth National Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology,
San Diego, CA, April 21—24, 1987.
Bertović, S., Dimi tro v, T., Galović, Li dr.: OSNOVE ZAŠTITE SUMA
OD POŽARA, CiP, Zagreb, Miramarska 15a 1987.
Bovio , G.: COME PROTEGGERI DAGLI INCENDIVI BOSCHIVI, Capitolo V,
Carol , L. R.: Perfect of Future Imperfect? Paper Presented at the Symposium
on Wildland Fire 2000, April 27—30, 1987, South Lake Tahoe, CA.
David , V. G., Jerry , T. W.: Seasonal variation in the Nothern Rockies: A
POINT OF EMPHASIS IN FIRE WEATHER FORECASTS, 9-th National Conference
on Fire and Forest Meteorology, San Diego, CA, April 21—24, 1987.
John , E. D.: Fire — Danger Rating: The next 20 Years, Paper presented at the
Symposium on Wildland Fire 2000, April 27—30, 1987, South Lake Tahoe CA.
Law son, B. D., Sticks, B. J., Alexander, M. E., and Van Wagner,
C. E.: A System for Predicting Fire Behavior in Canadian Forests, 8-th National
Conference on Fire and Forest Meteorology, Detroit, Michigan, 1985.
L a w s o n, B. D.: Fire Weather Index, Canadian Forestry Service, BC-P-17, Victoria,
BC, 1977, Canada.
Martin, R. E., Landsberg, J. D., Kaufman, J. B.: Effectivenes of
Prescribed Burning as a Fire Prevention Measure, Paper presented at the
International Workshop on Prescribed Burning, March 14—18, 1988, Avignon,
Michael , A. F.: Forecasting, Forecasting, Presented at the Symposium on Wildland
Fire 2000, April 27—30, 1987, South Lake Tahoe, CA.
Wagner, C. E.: Forest Fire Research — Hinsight and Foresight, Presented
at the Symposium on Wildland Fire 2000, April 27—30, 1987, South Lake
Systems of Evaluating Fire Hazards — A View of the Future
Prognoses of the occurrence and behaviour of wild forest fires will be of
grat use to fire management authorities dealing with the problems of prevention
of forest fires by predicting when fires may occur, intentionally burning,
and thus reducing, dangerous fuels as a means of preventing forest fires, controlling
and protecting the natural environment from products found in smoke,
A survey of the role meteorology will play in fire management over the
next 20 years is a survey of science and of the success of fire management and
only partially a survey of what science and the technology of atmospheric science
will be able to provide to meet the needs of fire management.
Future improvements of the meteorological prognoses used in fire management
will arise from improvements in three areas: surveillance sysetms, prognosis
techniques and subsequent prognosis processing, and the better integration
of this information into the fire management process.
Recenzent: Oskar Piškorić, dipl. inž., Zagreb