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Using GIS techniques for assessment of accessible forest lands by firefighting teams considering fire risk degrees
(Forest Engineering and Technologies Platform, 2021)
To use the resources allocated for firefighting in an optimum way, it is important to reach fire sites within the critical response time (CRT) and determine regions with high fire risk. This study aimed to evaluate forests ...
EVALUATION OF FIRE LOOKOUT TOWERS USING GIS-BASED SPATIAL VISIBILITY AND SUITABILITY ANALYZES
(Croatian Forestry Soc, 2020)
Effective forest fire fighting involves alerting firefighting teams immediately in the case of a tire so that teams can promptly arrive the fire scene. The most effective way for an early detection of forest tires is ...
Determination of fire-access zones along road networks in fire-sensitive forests
(Northeast Forestry Univ, 2017)
Wild forest fires are one of the greatest environmental disasters affecting forest resources. Along the coastal zone of the Mediterranean region in Turkey, forested areas are classified as first-degree, fire-sensitive ...