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Wildland Fires (Examples of Threats)
BREAKING NEWS: Wild Fires of California 2017...
(12/6/17 1:37 p.m.) California Gov. Jerry Brown has declared a state of emergency for Ventura County, location of the largest of wildfires currently burning in the state.
With the Wind Driven (Santa Ana Winds) Thomas Fire Incident in Ventura County (North/West of Los Angeles) presently at 80,000 acres burned, 30,000 people evacuated and hundreds of Structures Destroyed. The quickness of fire along with Limited resources available are difficult to contain when the wind speeds reach in excess of 70+mph and the RH (Relative Humidity) drops along various fuel types and Terrain is always a recipe for disaster.
~ Bill Brady
The "U.S. Inferno" summer of 2015...
As of Aug 18, 2015 over 7 Million of acres haved burned. The Great Northwest, including Utah, has sustained considerable damage.
Not so long ago...
The "Great Northwest Inferno" October 2007.
Fires burned more than 438,000 acres across Oregon since 2003.(Marion, Linn, Malhuer, Deschutes, Lane County) Top priorities for fire officials were the 150,000-acre Florence fire, the 17,000-acre Timbered Rock fire, the 38,000-acre Sour Biscuit Fire, and the 26,850-acre Tiller Complex. As history has taught us Marin-Sonoma County also has the potential for a major wild land fire. In 1929, Mill Valley suffered a devastating fire that destroyed 119 homes. Today, that figure would be approximately 800-1000 homes within the footprint of the 1929 fire. The factors that add up to disaster for an urban-interface fire are all present within Marin and Sonoma. Steep slopes, heavy vegetation, narrow roads only lack hot-dry weather and an ignition source for another Oakland Hills Fire.
The Three Fuel Management Approaches
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