This paper is the second of two reviewing scientific literature from 100 years of research addressing interactions between the atmosphere and fire behaviour. These papers consider research on the interactions between the fuels burning at any instant and the atmosphere, and the interactions between the atmosphere and those fuels that will eventually burn in a given fire. The first paper reviews the progression from the surface atmospheric properties of temperature, humidity and wind to horizontal and vertical synoptic structures and ends with vertical atmospheric profiles. This second paper addresses plume dynamics and vortices. The review presents several questions and concludes with suggestions for areas of future research.
Potter BE. Atmospheric Interactions with Wildland Fire Behaviour II. Plume and Vortex Dynamics. International Journal of Wildland Fire [Internet]. 2012 :16. Available from: http://www.publish.csiro.au/nid/114/paper/WF11129.htm