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Definition

timelag noun

Time needed under specified conditions for a fuel particle to lose about 63 percent of the difference between its initial moisture content and its equilibrium moisture content. If conditions remain unchanged, a fuel will reach 95 percent of its equilibrium moisture content after four timelag periods[1].

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References

  1. Fire Terminology. USDA Forest Service. Retrieved 2019, October 29. https://www.fs.fed.us/nwacfire/home/terminology.html
  2. Lifu, Shu (August 2003). "Forest Fire Research( Ⅱ) : Fire Forecast". World Forestry Research: 34–37.