Research led by the University of California, Riverside has for the first time produced superfog, a dense combination of smoke and fog, in a laboratory. The team identified the smoke particle size distribution and concentration, ambient liquid water content, ambient temperature, ambient relative humidity, fuel moisture content and wind speed that lead to superfog formation. They caution, however, that superfog cannot yet be predicted with any certainty.
- Fire Safety Journal
- USDI/USDA Joint Fire Sciences Program