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A Wall of Fire in Southern California
A Wall of Fire in Southern California
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Title: A Wall of Fire in Southern California


A screenshot from the USGS film "Living with Fire".

A wall of fire in southern California. USGS is investigating ways to balance community fire risk management and native habitat conservation as part of the USGS Southern California Wildfire Risk Scenario Project.

Image courtesy of Tim Walton, Photo One Productions, CALFIRE. Shared with permission.



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Photographer: Tim Walton
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Photographer Organization: Photo One Productions, CALFIRE

Usage: This image is public domain/of free use unless otherwise stated. Please refer to the USGS Copyright section for how to credit the photo.


USGS Southern California Wildfire Risk Scenario Project homepage

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Dimensions: 1884 x 1051

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