Forest Fire (25601 ha) in United States 29 Jul 2022

Event summary

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

GDACS ID WF 1007785
Countries: United States
Start Date - Last detection*: 29 Jul 2022 - 08 Aug 2022
Duration (days): 10
People affected: 70 in the burned area
Burned area: 25601 ha
More Info: Global Wildfire Information System

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


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This summer, in a depressingly familiar scenario, the world has had to deal with devastating wildfires, a highly visible and damaging illustration of the climate crisis. In the United States, several states are battling wildfires, including
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NATO air forces are integrating their equipment and assisting national efforts to extinguish wildfires raging in many Alliance countries. According to the Alliance “Climate change has created natural disasters in countries worldwide from fl
Europe, USA, Australia are burning: What can we do to prevent wildfire ... 2022-08-15T17:28+0200.

, partly due to climate change. Declining rainfall and longer droughts are making forests so dry that localized lightening can spark a small fire that transforms into an inferno before firefighters can limit the damage. Such was the scale o

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