Project
Use of high-volume water delivery systems in peat fires – A case study in Central Alberta
Year

2021

status

Completed

Researcher

Razim Refai (Lead); Rex Hsieh

Other Collaborator(s):

Fire & Flood

Advisory Member(s):
Abstract

A human-caused wildfire was started on May 6, 2021 in Parkland County, Alberta near the rural community of Tomahawk. Among several Alberta Wildfire resources deployed to the wildfire, one particular resource was high-volume water delivery systems provided by Fire & Flood Emergency Service Ltd.

Alberta Wildfire asked FPInnovations to document the implementation of high-volume water delivery systems in actioning a peatland wildfire as a case study

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