Fire Weather

  1. Wildland Fire and Weather Monitoring: Saving Lives with Top Technologies

    Wildland Fire and Weather Monitoring: Saving Lives with Top Technologies

    Combating wildland fires isn’t for the faint of heart. According to the National Interagency Fire Center, over 1,100 people have died from wildfires in the last 100 years. In the last 10 years, 34,607 wildlife fires were reported over 2,932,334 acres.

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  2. Kestrel Meter Found More Accurate Than Sling Psychrometer in Lab Test

    Accurate weather readings are essential for the safe and effective management of wildland fires. The ideal weather monitoring tool must be easy to use, extremely accurate, and quick to deploy. Both the sling psychrometer and Kestrel Weather Meter have been used for decades by firefighters to gather environmental conditions. Which device performs at the highest level of accuracy? This question was put to the test in a lab setting by PhysioZing, an affiliate company of The Montana Center for Work Physiology and Exercise Metabolism and frequent research collaborators with the Montana Technology and Development Center (MTDC) at The University of Montana.

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  3. Arizona Wildland Firefighters & Kestrel Meters

    Firefighters battling the Arizona wildfires are relying on Kestrel Pocket Weather Meters to get the critical environmental data required for fire safety and containment. As wildfires continue to spread across the state, firefighters face extreme and dangerous conditions on the fire line. Kestrel meters instantly and accurately provide all the necessary weather information needed to help to save land, homes, and lives.

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