Fire Terminology | How Well Do You Know It? | Aerial Fuels

Fire Terminology has a long list of definitions and we are ready to break it down for you each day.  As we compile our list, you are welcome to comment on our post and we will add them as we go.  Ready?  Here we go in 3-2-1. Go.

Aerial Fuels

Aerial Fuels are all live and dead vegetation in the forest canopy or above surface fuels, including tree branches, twigs, cones, snags, moss and high brush.

Source:  USDA US Forest Service

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