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CFS FACT SHEET: Bushfire Behaviour in Detail

By South Australia Country Fire Service
CFS FACT SHEET: Bushfire Behaviour in Detail
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Once a fire is burning, its behaviour is determined by three main factors – fuel, weather and topography – and understanding how they react in these situations can be the difference between life and death.
Once a fire is burning, its behaviour is determined by three main factors – fuel, weather and topography – and understanding how they react in these situations can be the difference between life and death. Reduce

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Pearls of Wisdom

"How hot the fire becomes or how fast it spreads depends on the vegetation or fuels: the amount, type, condition and arrangement." CFS