Some of the equipment used by the Fire Behavior Assessment Team in and around the Rough fire, near Kings Canyon National Park. Data recorded by the equipment may help prevent future wildfires.
Some of the equipment used by the Fire Behavior Assessment Team in and around the Rough fire, near Kings Canyon National Park. Data recorded by the equipment may help prevent future wildfires. U.S. Forest Service
Some of the equipment used by the Fire Behavior Assessment Team in and around the Rough fire, near Kings Canyon National Park. Data recorded by the equipment may help prevent future wildfires. U.S. Forest Service

Firefighters hope data gathered during Rough fire will improve tactics, prevent future blazes

August 27, 2015 07:18 PM

UPDATED August 29, 2015 01:05 PM

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