حرائق غابات كاليفورنيا 2019

(تم التحويل من 2019 California wildfires)
حرائق غابات كاليفورنيا 2019
2019 California wildfires
حرائق غابات كاليفورنيا 2019 2019 California wildfires
الوفيات 3
الجرحى 15

موسم حراق الغابات 2019 هو موسم الحرائق الحالي في كاليفورنيا. حتى الآن، تم تسجيل أكثر من 5،981 حريقاً وفقاً لما ذكرته خدمة كاليفورنيا للحرائق وخدمة الغابات الأمريكية، حيث بلغ إجمالي المساحة المحترقة 170.857 فدان اعتباراً من 13 أكتوبر.[1] على الرغم من أن موسم حرائق 2019 كان هاديء نسبياً في كاليفورنيا حتى منتصف سبتمبر، مقارنة بالسنوات السابقة، [2] إلا أنه لا يزال من المتوقع أن تستمر الحرائق في الفترة من أكتوبر حتى ديسمبر مع هبوب رياح سانتا آنا.[3]

في أوائل ديسمبر، كان حريق واكر هو أكبر حريق في السنة، حيث احترق 54.612 فدان بالقرب من بلدة سوزان‌ڤيل في مقاطعة پلوماس.[4]

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التنبؤات المبكرة

قائمة حرائق الغابات

الاسم المقاطعة عدد الأفدنة بداية الحريق احتواء الحريق ملاحظات المصادر
Refuge كرن style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" 7 مايو 2019 9 مايو 2019 1 structure destroyed [5]
بولدر سان لويس Obispo style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" 5 يونيو 2019 11 يونيو 2019 [6]
Sand Yolo style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" June 8, 2019 June 17, 2019 7 structures destroyed, 2 injuries [7][8]
West Butte Sutter style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" June 8, 2019 June 10, 2019 [9][10]
McMillan San Luis Obispo style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" June 12, 2019 June 14, 2019 [9][11]
Lonoak Monterey style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" June 25, 2019 June 26, 2019 Downed PG&E power line was the cause[12] [13]
Rock Stanislaus style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" June 25, 2019 June 27, 2019 [14]
Cow Inyo, Tulare style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" July 25, 2019 October 11, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [15]
Springs Mono style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" July 26, 2019 October 7, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [16]
Tucker Modoc style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" July 28, 2019 August 15, 2019 Unintentionally caused by vehicular traffic along California State Route 139[17][18] [19][20]
W-1 McDonald Lassen style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" August 8, 2019 August 11, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [21][22]
Gaines Mariposa style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" August 16, 2019 August 20, 2019 [23]
Mountain Shasta style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" August 22, 2019 August 26, 2019 14 buildings destroyed, 7 damaged and 3 people injured [24]
Long Valley Lassen style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" August 24, 2019 August 27, 2019 [25]
R-1 Ranch Lassen style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" August 28, 2019 September 5, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [26]
Tenaja Riverside style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 4, 2019 September 14, 2019 [27]
Walker Plumas style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 4, 2019 September 25, 2019 9 structures destroyed [4]
Taboose Inyo style="background: #ffdddd" class="table-no2" September 4, 2019 Active (75% contained) [28]
Lime Siskiyou style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 4, 2019 September 19, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [29][30]
Middle Trinity style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 5, 2019 October 5, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [31]
Red Bank Tehama style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 5, 2019 September 13, 2019 Caused by lightning strike; 2 buildings destroyed [32]
South Tehama style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 5, 2019 October 10, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [33]
Lone Modoc style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 5, 2019 September 13, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [34][35]
Springs Mono style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 6, 2019 September 23, 2019 Caused by lightning strike [36][37]
Lopez San Luis Obispo style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 21, 2019 September 27, 2019 4 injuries [38]
Electra Amador style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" September 25, 2019 September 25, 2019 1 injury [39]
Briceburg Mariposa style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" October 6, 2019 October 24, 2019 1 structure destroyed [40][41]
Sandalwood Riverside style="background: #ddffdd" class="table-yes2" October 10, 2019 October 14, 2019 Trash in a garbage truck caught fire and spread to nearby brush
74 structures destroyed, 16 structures damaged, 2 civilian fatalities
[42][43]
Saddleridge Los Angeles style="background: #ffdddd" class="table-no2" October 10, 2019 Active (97% contained) 19 structures destroyed, 88 structures damaged, 1 civilian fatality, 8 firefighter injuries [44]
Palisades Los Angeles style="background: #ffdddd" class="table-no2" October 21, 2019 Active (30% contained) 8 structures damaged, 1 civilian injury, 3 firefighter injuries [45]
Kincade Sonoma style="background: #ffdddd" class="table-no2" October 23, 2019 Active (10% contained) 49 structures destroyed [46][47][48]
Old Water San Bernardino style="background: #ffdddd" class="table-no2" October 24, 2019 Active (30% contained) [49]
Tick Los Angeles style="background: #ffdddd" class="table-no2" October 24, 2019 Active (5% contained) 6 structures destroyed [50][51]


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انظر أيضاً

المصادر

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