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North Carolina State University researchers have designed New tool maps south Florida fire risk areas

North Carolina State University researchers have designed and tested a new computer model to allow fire managers to map current fire risk in Everglades National Park and across South Florida daily. The new modeling tool, called "FireHydro," can help park managers plan prescribed burns to reduce the potential for large wildfires for the region, taking into account the area's unique water resources.

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  • George Kariuki

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    This is a positive step towards promoting resilience and ensuring the long-term protection of valuable natural areas.

    • Daniel Waweru

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      This is a brilliant activity that will combat fires in the wild

      • Komu Daniel

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        Wonderful innovation

        • winnie nguru

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          Wildfires are a menace. Its good to see researchers put in the work to end them

          • Kevin

            51 w

            A very good initiative

            • Joseph Githinji

              51 w

              This goes a long way in reducing the risk of dangerous wildfires.

            • Munene Mugambi

              51 w

              A new helpful tool on combating fire

            • Elizabeth Gathigia

              51 w

              Good news

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