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Atmosphere, Volume 9, Issue 6 (June 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) The Aullene fire (23 July 2009) burned more than 3000 ha of forest, of which 2000 ha during the [...] Read more. The Aullene fire (23 July 2009) burned more than 3000 ha of forest, of which 2000 ha during the first afternoon. This study explores by simulation the strong fire–atmosphere interactions leading to intense updrafts extending above the boundary layer and horizontal wind speeds feeding the fire. Simulation of such scenarios involves reproducing processes that scale from the flames to the larger regional smoke transport, requiring the use of a coupled fire–atmosphere model. View this paper.