Researchers at a fire lab in Montana use high-tech equipment to study the spread of wildfires -- and they have a suggestion for how to prevent outbreaks
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Researchers at a fire lab in Montana are working to better understand how to prevent wildfires. CBS News' Carter Evans visited the lab, where mechanical engineer Sara McAllister demonstrated how quickly pine needles can ignite with just hot air.
Each year wildfires seem to get worse, despite the heroic efforts of firefighters. At a lab in Montana, researchers are studying how to beat these fires. CBS News' Carter Evans spoke with research forester Mark Finney, who uses high-speed cameras and man-made slopes to show how fires can advance without wind.
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