and permitted to burn
coal, wood and tire-derived fuel, seems to have been accepted by the community.
Almost all the active fires are located in remote areas and, as such, will be permitted to burn
If you watched the Yellowstone National Park fires in 1988, you know that lodgepole pine is made to burn
The large collective surface area of these droplets caused the fuel to burn
He cautions against allowing fires to burn
Authorization came through to burn
another batch of Valdez oil the next day, But by morning, Allen says, stormy seas, the inevitable emulsification of the floating oil and water, and the crude's weathering (rapid loss of its most combustible components) had rendered that decision moot.
Accidents from prescribed fire - whether set on purpose or kindled naturally by lightning and allowed to burn
- do happen.
Managers can thus allow lightning fires to burn
under careful supervision there if the firest meet a long list of criteria designed to protect people and property.
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Forest Service officials hoped to burn
about 600 acres Wednesday.
Bill and Karen McClung have lived in the Berkeley/Oakland fire began to burn
October 20, 1991, Bill was at home with their two teenaged children and Karen was in town.
But recent findings have revealed the importance of two other practices that appear to burn
as much material as land-clearing fires: the worldwide burning of agricultural waste left over after harvest, and the annual burning of grasslands in Africa, South America, Australia and elsewhere to improve grazing.