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Preventing forest fires.

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jana jankulovska

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of Preventing forest fires.

Thesis We can work together to
prevent forest fires. Forest fires occur naturally or when people are not careful. People throw cigarettes on the ground and without wanting that starts a fire. The Government Local Population Synergy is used in stopping forest fires by joint efforts of
the government, regional cooperation, and the local population. Regional Cooperation One region may help another by sending airplanes that carry water and chemicals that can stop the fire. Provides firefighters brigades; Supports local initiatives; Provides other help. Firefighter volunteers; Supports firefighters. Sometimes synergy is being used effectively, sometimes not. Effective synergy Not effective synergy Sometimes people start fires on purpose. No changes need to be made, if synergy is being used. When there are good results, synergy is being used effectively. When there are bad or no results, synergy is not being used effectively. Not extinguished camp fires or barbecues can spread as forest fires. Natural fires usually start when lightning strikes. Sometimes they start by combustion of dry fuels. Bibliography: Clark, James Samuel. Sediment Records of Biomass Burning and Global Change: [proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute "Biomass Burning Emissions and Global Change" Held in Praia De Alvor, Algarve, Portugal, October 1994]. Berlin: Published in Cooperation with NATO Scientific Affairs Division [by] Springer, 1997. Print. •Calabri, Giancarlo. "Fighting Fires in Mediterranean Forests." Unasylva. Forestry Department, Italy, 1983. Web. 09 Jan. 2013. http://www.fao.org/docrep/q2570E/q2570e03.htm •Goldammer, Johann G. "Towards International Cooperation in Managing Forest Fire Disasters in the Mediterranean Region." Fire Ecology Research Group Max Planck Institute for Chemistry, 28 July 2002. Web. 9 Jan. 2013. http://www.fire.uni-freiburg.de/GlobalNetworks/Mediterrania/mediterranean-fire-disasters-programmes-2.pdf Made by:
Jana Jankulovska Warning: "Science and Innovation - Forest Fires." Science and Innovation - Forest Fires. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 Jan. 2013. <http://www.borealforest.org/world/innova/forest_fire.htm>.
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