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Europe's new Sentinel-5P satellite has captured a dramatic image of the smoke billowing away from the devastating California wildfires. It is a powerful demonstration of 5P's ability to sense the ...

The October 2007 California wildfires, also known as the Fall 2007 California firestorm, were a series of about thirty wildfires (17 of which became major wildfires) that began igniting across Southern California on October 20. At least 1,500 homes were destroyed and approximately 972,147 acres (about 3,934 km 2, or 1,520 mi 2) of land was burned from Santa Barbara County to the U.S.–Mexico ...

An entire neighborhood in Santa Rosa, California, was leveled after a massive wildfire incinerated swaths of wine country early this week. Nearly two dozen fires, whipped by powerful winds, blew ...

The 2008 California wildfire season was one of the most devastating since the turn of the 21st Century. While only 4,923 fires occurred, about half as many as in 2007, the total area burned far exceeded that of previous years. Throughout the year, 1,593,690 acres (6,449.4 km 2) of land were burned.. By July 5, 2008, 328 wildfires were burning, and those fires were only 81% contained.

Meanwhile, firefighters are making progress on wildfires that continue to suffocate California. A full month after the Mendocino Complex fires began, Cal Fire said late Monday that they are ...

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California fires map: How the deadly wildfires are spreading. At least 28 people died in one of the deadliest California wildfires on record.

Incredible satellite photos of Southern California's wildfires show the disaster's evolution from space

Watch the Grant Fire rage along I-580 over the Altamont Pass By July 09, 2018 10:53 AM. The Grant Fire burns at the edge of Interstate 580 on the Altamont Pass in Alameda County on Sunday night.

Satellite Reveals End of “Unending” N. California Drought January 14th, 2017 by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.

California Fires Satellite >> Devastating Wildfire Can Be Seen From Space

California Fires Satellite >> Devastating Wildfire Can Be Seen From Space

California Fires Satellite >> QuickBird Satellite Image of Fires in Los Angeles | Satellite Imaging Corp

California Fires Satellite >> QuickBird Satellite Image of Fires in Los Angeles | Satellite Imaging Corp

California Fires Satellite >> As California Wildfires Grow, Mendocino Complex Becomes Golden State's 4th-Largest Wildfire in ...

California Fires Satellite >> As California Wildfires Grow, Mendocino Complex Becomes Golden State's 4th-Largest Wildfire in ...

California Fires Satellite >> Carr Fire devastation captured by drone images - Washington Post

California Fires Satellite >> Carr Fire devastation captured by drone images - Washington Post

California Fires Satellite >> Nuns Fire continues to spread while the Atlas Fire slows - Wildfire Today

California Fires Satellite >> Nuns Fire continues to spread while the Atlas Fire slows - Wildfire Today

California Fires Satellite >> Camp Fire is deadliest wildfire in California history | abc7ny.com

California Fires Satellite >> Camp Fire is deadliest wildfire in California history | abc7ny.com

California Fires Satellite >> California's King Fire East of Sacramento | NASA

California Fires Satellite >> California's King Fire East of Sacramento | NASA

California Fires Satellite >> Landsat Image Gallery

California Fires Satellite >> Landsat Image Gallery

California Fires Satellite >> Before and after: Satellite images show wildfire destruction in Paradise - Story | KTVU

California Fires Satellite >> Before and after: Satellite images show wildfire destruction in Paradise - Story | KTVU

California Fires Satellite >> Incredible timelapse of Dubai skyscraper in flames / Boing Boing

California Fires Satellite >> Incredible timelapse of Dubai skyscraper in flames / Boing Boing