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  • Wildfire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    A wildfire is an uncontrolled fire in an area of combustible vegetation that occurs
    in the countryside or a wilderness area. Other names such as brush fire, bush ...

  • Wildfires - Weather Wiz Kids weather information for kids


    Wildfires What is a wildfire? A wildfire also known as a wildland fire, forest fire,
    vegetation fire, grass fire, peat fire, bushfire (in Australia), or hill fire is an ...

  • Wildfires | Ready.gov


    Apr 9, 2014 ... Wildfires often begin unnoticed. These fires are usually triggered by lightning or
    accidents. They spread quickly, igniting brush, trees, and ...

  • Wildfires - National Geographic


    Uncontrolled blazes fueled by weather, wind, and dry underbrush, wildfires can
    burn acres of land—and consume everything in their paths—in mere minutes.

  • Active Fire Mapping Program


    Remote Sensing Applications Center - USDA Forest Service.

  • Wildfire Preparedness | How to Prepare for Wildfires | Red Cross


    Wildfires can spread quickly and every second counts. Talk with members of your
    household about how to prevent wildfires and what to do if one occurs.

  • Smokey Bear - Stop Wildfires


    Essential wildfire prevention information. Learn how to build a SAFE campfire to
    prevent wildfires. Campfire Safety. See how easily burning debris can start a ...

  • Smokey Bear - The Science of Wildfires


    "Wildfire" is the term applied to any unwanted, unplanned, damaging fire burning
    in forest, shrub or grass and is one of the most powerful natural forces known to ...

  • Wildfire Map & Satellite Images | Wildfire Disaster Interactive Map


    View a continuously updated map of US wildfire locations, perimeters, fire
    potential areas, burn areas, precipitation, and social media.

  • (PDF) Wildland Fire Potential Outlook - Predictive Services - National ...

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    Oct 1, 2014 ... thresholds required to sustain significant wildfires. Northern California and
    Hawaii: Significant wildland fire potential will remain above normal ...