Forest Fire (5270 ha) in United States 10 Sep 2021

Event summary

This forest fire can have a low humanitarian impact based on the and the affected population and their vulnerability.

GDACS ID WF 1002452
Countries: United States
Start Date - Last detection*: 10 Sep 2021 - 18 Sep 2021
Duration (days): 8
People affected: 0 in the burned area
Burned area: 5270 ha
More Info: Global Wildfire Information System

*(Last detection of the thermal anomaly of the fire)

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Detailed event map. European Union, 2021. Map produced by EC-JRC.
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Latest media headlines

Articles: 63 | About casualties: 0 | Last hour: 0

California Fights Fire With Fire To Protect Giant Sequoias2021-09-26T19:06+0200.

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western Uni
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California fights fire with fire to protect sequoias2021-09-26T13:15+0200.

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western Uni
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California fights fire to protect the giant sequoia2021-09-26T11:54+0200.

This month’s successful battle in California to save the world’s largest tree from the ever-deteriorating forest flames seems to provide an important lesson: you can fight fire with fire. I can do it. Artificial climate change has made the
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California fights fire with fire to protect giant sequoias2021-09-26T11:23+0200.

The so-far successful battle this month in California to save the world's biggest trees from ever-worsening forest blazes seems to offer an important lesson: You can fight fire with fire. Human-caused climate change has made the western Un
...(more)

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For this events, GDACS has links to information from the following sources: (1), EC-JRC (25), WMO (1), INFORM (2), JRC (1),