There is no fire without fuel. The amount of fuel — its height, mass, composition and architecture — all vary annually and seasonally, and with land use. Fuel load is an important determinant of fire intensity but, unlike the weather, it is something the landholder can manipulate.
Gibson M., Moore P.H.R., Gill. A.M., and Ryan P.G. (2000), "Fire regimes of World Heritage Kakadu National Park, Australia", Austral Ecology, 25, pp. 616 - 625.
In this study Landsat MSS imagery was used to identify fire regimes at Kakadu National Park between 1980 and 1985. Gibson et al. identified three landscape types in the park: - plateau, lowlands and floodplain.