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Integrated Fire Evolution Monitoring System (IFEMS) for monitoring spatial-temporal behaviour of multiple fire phenomena

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This study focuses on multiple fire phenomena in Valencia, Spain. The monitoring of fire recurrence was conducted by means of smoke visualization, mapping the burned area and fire detection, and took place for the whole of the fire period from 21 May to 13 July 1994. The temporal and spatial evolution of the fire was addressed on a daily basis, by means of approaches for mapping burned areas, fire detection, and integrated fire evolution monitoring system.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2002-05-20

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