Wildfire Monitor

Active Incidents Historical Fires
June 13 2024

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Historical Wildfire Frequency

The risks of wildfires to communities, agriculture, and ecology are profound. Wildfires can destroy homes, threaten lives, and harm communities' livelihoods. Smoke and airborne pollutants pose health risks to residents. In agriculture, wildfires can damage crops, disrupt food supply chains, and harm livestock.


Wildfire Risk Index


Ecologically, wildfires can lead to the loss of habitats, threaten endangered species, and disrupt ecosystem balance. In some cases, post-fire erosion and mudslides can further damage land and water resources. Human activities are also a major cause of wildfires. Unattended campfires, discarded cigarettes, and intentional acts of arson can ignite flames that rapidly spread. Additionally, land-use practices like deforestation and the expansion of urban areas into wildlands increase the risk of wildfires.


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