The fire burned
in the crowns of trees, decimating most of the cones there.
the researchers reported that the fuel burned
at the same brisk rate at Ames as it had in the smaller Stanford trials--three to four times that of conventional hybrid fuels.
5 million acres that burned
last year, Congress directed federal, state, and local agencies to work together to reduce immediate hazards to communities adjacent to forests.
April 29, 1989, workers burned
a blue cylinder containing unknown material.
Below left, a row of eucalyptus trees show how regrowth has started around their burned
In 1967 a wildfire there burned
a virgin stand of larch, Douglas-fir, and lodgepole pine, killing mature trees and burning the duff to the mineral soil.
To imitate the typical practice, Lemieux's team burned
trash in 55-gallon barrels with ventilation holes punched near the bottom.
That canyon hasn't burned
for a long time,'' San Bernardino National Forest spokeswoman Pam Bierce said.
Before the last tree burned
, Secretary of Interior Bruce Babbitt appointed a Fire Investigation/Fact-Finding Team.
For instance, at least 99 percent of the spilled oil burned
off the surface.
Restore files with built-in wizards burned
directly to archival discs
And around the San Fernando Valley, hundreds of residents quietly rooted for the boy about to undergo his ninth skin graft since being badly burned
during a paint-thinner explosion.