Dynamic interactions between wildfire and surrounding atmosphere

The PhD work of Colin Simpson at the University of Canterbury looked at how weather affected bushfire spread in mountainous regions. He investigated atmospheric interactions with bushfire behaviour through the application of numerical weather prediction and fire behaviour coupled modelling.  

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Colin Simpson's Bushfire CRC PhD is investigating the dynamic interactions between a wildfire and the surrounding atmosphere. This video was recorded at the 2010 Annual Conference in Darwin.

Colin Simpson is a PhD scholar at the Bushfire CRC looking at how weather effects bushfire spread in mountainous regions.