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== Summary ==
 
== Summary ==
The Kirk Complex fire began on Septermber 8, 1999 after a lightning strikes started multiple wildfires that burned the Ventana Wilderness area.<ref> http://bigcreek.ucnrs.org/fire </ref> This wildfire burned approximately 87,000 acres and marked the third major wildfire within the Los Padres National Forest/Ventana Wilderness area since 1977. The previous two fires included: the [[Marble Cone Fire|Marble Cone Fire (1977)]] and the [[Rat Creek - Gorda Complex Fire|Rat Creek - Gorda Complex Fire (1985)]].  
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The Kirk Complex fire began on Septermber 8, 1999 after a lightning strikes started multiple wildfires that burned the [[Ventana Wilderness]] area.<ref> http://bigcreek.ucnrs.org/fire </ref> This wildfire burned approximately 87,000 acres and marked the third major wildfire within the [[Los Padres National Forest]]/Ventana Wilderness area since 1977. The previous two fires included: the [[Marble Cone Fire|Marble Cone Fire (1977)]] and the [[Rat Creek - Gorda Complex Fire|Rat Creek - Gorda Complex Fire (1985)]].  
  
 
For more information on the effects of wildfires click [[Fire issues in California's Central Coast Region|here]].
 
For more information on the effects of wildfires click [[Fire issues in California's Central Coast Region|here]].

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[[Image: |200px|thumb|Active burn site during the Zaca Fire, 2007. Retrieved from wikipedia [1]]]

Summary

The Kirk Complex fire began on Septermber 8, 1999 after a lightning strikes started multiple wildfires that burned the Ventana Wilderness area.[1] This wildfire burned approximately 87,000 acres and marked the third major wildfire within the Los Padres National Forest/Ventana Wilderness area since 1977. The previous two fires included: the Marble Cone Fire (1977) and the Rat Creek - Gorda Complex Fire (1985).

For more information on the effects of wildfires click here.

References

  1. http://bigcreek.ucnrs.org/fire

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