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duff moisture code

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Definition

duff moisture code noun

The Duff Moisture Code (DMC) is a numeric rating of the average moisture content of loosely compacted organic layers of moderate depth. This code gives an indication of fuel consumption in moderate duff layers and medium-size woody material[1].

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Français

indice de l'humus (IH)[2].

中文

粗腐殖质湿度码 [3]

References


  1. Canadian Forest Fire Weather Index (FWI).System. Natural Resources Canada. Retrieved 2019, October 23. https://cwfis.cfs.nrcan.gc.ca/background/summary/fwi
  2. Environmental Canada (1984). Tables for the Canadian Forest Fire Weather Index System. Retrieved 2019, October 26. https://www.for.gov.bc.ca/ftp/!Project/FireBehaviour/Canadian%20Fire%20Behaviour%20for%20AU/FWI%20Tables.pdf
  3. XIN, Xiao-ying (2011). "Canadian forest fire weather index(FWI) system: a review". Journal of Zhejiang A&F University: 314–318.