The Fire Weather Research Laboratory is internationally recognized as being a leader in the design and execution of wildland fire field experiments. The lab maintains an extensive suite of in situ and remote sensing platforms to study fire-atmosphere interactions during both planned experimental fires and large active wildfire incidents. We collaborates with various international teams to conduct experiments around the globe. Below are links to some of our campaigns. Data from these experiments are available by request which can be submitted here. Data Request Form [link]
2012 RxCADRE (The Prescribed Fire-Combustion, Atmospheric Dynamics Experiment)
The second FireFlux experiment (FF2) conducted in Texas under Red Flag Warning!