Add to collection
  • + Create new collection
  • Rights: University of Waikato
    Published 3 November 2009 Referencing Hub media



    Moisture is really important because obviously if a fuel isn't dry enough, it won't burn, or it won’t ignite even, and the drier it gets, the worse conditions can become. When you have a really hot dry summer day, or a series of days like that or a long period, and the fuels become really dry, they really become very susceptible to being ignited and will burn rapidly, and fire will consume them easily.

        Go to full glossary
        Download all