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The Layman fire commenced as a routine fuel reduction burn in southwest Western Australia in October 2010. Late morning on the day following ignition, the fire was more active than fire management officers had expected under the prevailing conditions of wind, temperature and relative humidity in the local eucalypt forest fuels. A convective smoke plume developed over the fire, extending to a height of approximately 4000 m. Traditional measures for assessing fire behaviour gave no indication ofdoi:10.22499/2.6503.002 fatcat:lizuxca7ezhyzb3wafzevujjxe