Forest Fire (12240 ha) in Australia 24 Nov 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 1003523
Countries: Australia
Start Date - Last detection*: 24 Nov 2021 - 27 Nov 2021
Duration (days): 3
People affected: 1 in the burned area
Burned area: 12240 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: 13 | About casualties: 0 | Last hour: 0

CSIRO: l’aumento degli incendi boschivi in Australia deriva dal cambia ... 2021-11-29T10:03+0100.

Una nuova ricerca del CSIRO, l’agenzia scientifica nazionale australiana, mostra che il cambiamento climatico ha determinato un aumento significativo dell’attività degli incendi boschivi in Australia negli ultimi tre decenni. Sono stati ide
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New Research Links Australia's Forest Fires to Climate Change2021-11-29T10:01+0100.

The research published in Nature Communications is the first of its kind and combines analysis of previous forest fire sites with eight drivers of fire activity including climate, fuel accumulation, ignition and management (prescribed burni
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Climate change driving 800 per cent rise in nation's bushfire activity ... 2021-11-29T03:23+0100.

CLIMATE change has driven Australia's bushfire boom during the past three decades, which has seen the average annual forest area burnt rise by 800 per cent, a new study by the CSIRO has found. The research is the first of its kind, combinin
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Climate change driving 800 per cent rise in nation's bushfire activity ... 2021-11-29T03:19+0100.

CLIMATE change has driven Australia's bushfire boom during the past three decades, which has seen the average annual forest area burnt rise by 800 per cent, a new study by the CSIRO has found. The research is the first of its kind, combinin
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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),