Tagged: Wildfire

Driven by climate change, catastrophic wildfires may be the new normal in California. Seven of the 20 deadliest and most destructive fires in the state’s history have been in the last five years. 600,000 acres — five percent of the state — have burned. Yet the implications for agriculture, including
June 11, 2019 • Jessica Nusbaum
Using satellite imagery, the UC Davis Library collaborated with the UC Davis Center for Spatial Technologies and Remote Sensing (CSTARS) to create the four-day time-lapse video below. The video, also featured on the UC Davis Science & Climate blog, shows the extent of the smoke from the Camp Fire
November 16, 2018 • Jillian Kido
The second week of October 2017 saw the ignition of nearly two dozen fires in our state, according to CalFire. Many of the fires are burning in what we commonly think of as wine country, not only in Napa and Sonoma counties, but in Mendocino and the Sierra Foothills
October 18, 2017 • Michele Tobias