Rodman Linn
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Studying wildfire behavior using FIRETEC
R Linn, J Reisner, JJ Colman, J Winterkamp
International journal of wildland fire 11 (4), 233-246, 2002
Numerical simulations of grass fires using a coupled atmosphere–fire model: basic fire behavior and dependence on wind speed
RR Linn, P Cunningham
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 110 (D13), 2005
A transport model for prediction of wildfire behavior
RR Linn
New Mexico State University, 1997
Prescribed fire science: the case for a refined research agenda
JK Hiers, JJ O’Brien, JM Varner, BW Butler, M Dickinson, J Furman, ...
Fire Ecology 16, 1-15, 2020
Modeling interactions between fire and atmosphere in discrete element fuel beds
R Linn, J Winterkamp, JJ Colman, C Edminster, JD Bailey
International Journal of Wildland Fire 14 (1), 37-48, 2005
Coupled mesoscale‐LES modeling of a diurnal cycle during the CWEX‐13 field campaign: From weather to boundary‐layer eddies
D Muñoz‐Esparza, JK Lundquist, JA Sauer, B Kosović, RR Linn
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 9 (3), 1572-1594, 2017
Evaluating crown fire rate of spread predictions from physics-based models
CM Hoffman, J Canfield, RR Linn, W Mell, CH Sieg, F Pimont, J Ziegler
Fire Technology 52, 221-237, 2016
Coupled influences of topography and wind on wildland fire behaviour
R Linn, J Winterkamp, C Edminster, JJ Colman, WS Smith
International Journal of Wildland Fire 16 (2), 183-195, 2007
Modelling firebrand transport in wildfires using HIGRAD/FIRETEC
E Koo, RR Linn, PJ Pagni, CB Edminster
International journal of wildland fire 21 (4), 396-417, 2012
Impacts of tree canopy structure on wind flows and fire propagation simulated with FIRETEC
F Pimont, JL Dupuy, RR Linn, S Dupont
Annals of Forest Science 68, 523-530, 2011
Coherent vortical structures in numerical simulations of buoyant plumes from wildland fires
P Cunningham, SL Goodrick, MY Hussaini, RR Linn
International Journal of Wildland Fire 14 (1), 61-75, 2005
QUIC-fire: A fast-running simulation tool for prescribed fire planning
RR Linn, SL Goodrick, S Brambilla, MJ Brown, RS Middleton, JJ O'Brien, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 125, 104616, 2020
Validation of FIRETEC wind-flows over a canopy and a fuel-break
F Pimont, JL Dupuy, RR Linn, S Dupont
International Journal of Wildland Fire 18 (7), 775-790, 2009
Coupled atmospheric–fire modeling employing the method of averages
J Reisner, S Wynne, L Margolin, R Linn
Monthly Weather Review 128 (10), 3683-3691, 2000
The fire and smoke model evaluation experiment—a plan for integrated, large fire–atmosphere field campaigns
S Prichard, NS Larkin, R Ottmar, NHF French, K Baker, T Brown, ...
Atmosphere 10 (2), 66, 2019
Using periodic line fires to gain a new perspective on multi-dimensional aspects of forward fire spread
RR Linn, JM Canfield, P Cunningham, C Edminster, JL Dupuy, F Pimont
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 157, 60-76, 2012
Modeling wind fields and fire propagation following bark beetle outbreaks in spatially-heterogeneous pinyon-juniper woodland fuel complexes
RR Linn, CH Sieg, CM Hoffman, JL Winterkamp, JD McMillin
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 173, 139-153, 2013
The potential and promise of physics-based wildfire simulation
HP Hanson, MM Bradley, JE Bossert, RR Linn, LW Younker
Environmental Science & Policy 3 (4), 161-172, 2000
Fuel bulk density and fuel moisture content effects on fire rate of spread: a comparison between FIRETEC model predictions and experimental results in shrub fuels
E Marino, JL Dupuy, F Pimont, M Guijarro, C Hernando, R Linn
Journal of Fire Sciences 30 (4), 277-299, 2012
Numerical simulations of grass fires using a coupled atmosphere‐fire model: Dynamics of fire spread
P Cunningham, RR Linn
Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres 112 (D5), 2007
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