Category:Wildland fire suppression

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Wildland fire suppression is a unique and very diverse aspect of firefighting. It is primarily a feature in the United States and Australia.

Wildland firefighting requires different equipment, and training from the normal structure fire fighting found in populated areas. This category documents the resources, equipment, people, and various components for wildland fire suppression.

Wildfire prevention in the wildland–urban interface

Hydro-pyrogeography is the term of art used to describe the prevention of and/or the interruption of the spread of wildfire occurrences, with the use of atmospheric generated water grassland and vegetation sprinkling and soaking systems, also known as the atmospheric generated water wildfire prevention system, placed strategically within any wildland–urban interface, anywhere worldwide. The term, coined by the inventor of the atmospheric generated water wildfire prevention system, hydro-pyrogeography compliments the geoscience study of wildfire and its behavior.


This category has the following 5 subcategories, out of 5 total.






Pages in category "Wildland fire suppression"

The following 80 pages are in this category, out of 80 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).