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  1. There is a huge amount of Fire Science that we are missing out on because it is so far back in time it has been forgotten. We need to look at the number, sizes, intensities, fuel loads, and locations of Forest Fires and Mega Fires. We also need to look at the forest harvesting history or logging which produces fire fuels and arranges them in a connected and continuous sea in each cutblock and across landscapes. These slash accumulations in cutblocks and across the landscape had an immediate High Fire Hazard that extended to medium after several years. But a Medium to High Fire
  2. There is a huge amount of Fire Science that we are missing out on because it is so far back in time it has been forgotten. We need to look at the number, sizes, intensities, fuel loads, and locations of Forest Fires and Mega Fires. We also need to look at the forest harvesting history or logging which produces fire fuels and arranges them in a connected and continuous sea in each cutblock and across landscapes. These slash accumulations in cutblocks and across the landscape had an immediate High Fire Hazard that extended to medium after several years. But a Medium to High Fire
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