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UCS Climate Campaign Oct 6
Replying to @ClimateUCS
3) The fire has already burned more than 1 million acres, an area the size of Rhode Island. Read more here:
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RVMatchMakerORG Sep 8
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Jenn #DAT Aug 19
Replying to @Jr3597
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Travis Mason-Bushman Oct 24
Welp, time to saddle up again. Might be snowing here in Rapid City, but I’m headed back to California tomorrow to support the as a public information officer.
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UCS Climate Campaign Oct 6
Replying to @ClimateUCS
2) CA Wildfire stats: 🔥 2018 held the record for most acres burned. 2020 has already burned more than 2x that area 🔥 is CA’s largest 🔥 on record + 2x the size of the 2nd largest 🔥 5 of the 6 largest CA fires on record are burning now
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Pattrn Nov 18
"Captain Cal" has a new home! The mountain lion cub was severely burned in the fire. staff helped him make a full recovery. He & two other rescued cubs now live . Because of their age, they're unable to learn how to survive in the wild.
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Emily Dolhansky Nov 19
I finally finished processing the latest RAVG dataset for the ! (After some Citrix nightmares. 😅) This probably would have been easier to do while it was still a raster, but I digress—
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Denica Lorax De Foy Sep 14
is supposed to come to to talk about the ... as if there hasn't been enough pain here. I honestly hope he doesn't try to make things worse like he always does. ...
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Scott Sprague Nov 19
Interesting numbers from the
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National Interagency Fire Center Nov 21
The August 2020 lightning fires included 3 of the largest wildfires in the history of CA: the , , and the . On Sept 10, the August Complex became the single-largest wildfire in CA's history.
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Shasta-Trinity NF Nov 18
2/2 On the our GIS people keep busy managing data for resource inventories (trees/plants/wildlife), projects, and for fires. Below is the Burn Severity Map for the North. Go to the BAER website for info/maps.
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Stephen Baxter - SantaCruzLocal.org Aug 19
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Michael Barthel Oct 1
in Shasta > 55,303 acres, 26% contained in Napa and Sonoma > 56,781acres, 5% contained in Fresno and Madera > 309,033 acres, 44% contained in Mendocino, Humboldt, Trinity, Tehama, Glenn, Lake, Colusa > 955,513 acres, 47% contained
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Pierre Markuse Oct 5
🟠 Impressive image of the 🔥 with hot spots producing lots of smoke rising up 🇺🇸 4 Oct 2020 -2🛰️ Full-size ➡️ + More➡️
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Jenn #DAT Sep 28
Replying to @Jr3597
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Susie Kocher Oct 12
Soil burn severity, at least, on the south end of the million acre , looks pretty good. 52% at very low or low severity. Only 4% at high severity. (though map is preliminary). Could be some here.
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Jenn #DAT Aug 19
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Caltrans District 2 Nov 24
Emergency Work on State Route 36 (Trinity County): Thursday-Sunday (11/26-11/29): Motorists can anticipate reversible one-way traffic control from east of Forest Glen to South Fork Mountain Summit. Up to 30-min. delays from 7am-7pm & up to 1-hr. delay from 7pm-7am.
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Lars Filson Nov 19
Really interesting to see the results of fire severity from the ! Fire was ultimately low severity or high severity, not a lot of in between.
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Pau Costa Foundation Oct 21
this October 🍂 🟠 of California with CEO of + technology and analysis applied in the 📅 Save the date in your Agenda! 🤗 💚Tuesday, October 27 at 6 pm💚 👇
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