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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]]
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For more information on the effects of wildfires click [[Fire issues in California's Central Coast Region|here]].
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
  
 
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== Links ==
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* Impact of [[Fire issues in California's Central Coast Region|fires in California's Central Coast Region]]
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* Other [[Watershed Issues]]
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*[[Soberanes Fire]]
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*[[Basin-Indians Fire Erosion and Debris Flows|Basin Complex Fire]]
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*[[Zaca Fire|Zaca Fire]]
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*[[Painted Cave Fire|Painted Cave Fire]]
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*[[Rat Creek - Gorda Complex Fire|Rat Creek - Gorda Complex Fire]]
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*[[Marble Cone Fire|Marble Cone Fire]]
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*[[Santa Ana winds]]
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*[[California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW)]]
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*[[California Chaparral]]
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*[[Oak Woodlands of California's Central Coast Region]]
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*[[Coast Redwood (Sequoia sempervirens)]]
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*[[California's Central Coast Region]]
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*[[United States Forest Service (USFS)]]
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*[[California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CalFire)]]
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*[[California Department of Parks and Recreation]]
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*[[United States Bureau of Land Management (BLM)]]
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*[[California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW)]]
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*[[Los Padres National Forest]]/[[Ventana Wilderness Area]]
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== Disclaimer ==
 
== Disclaimer ==
  
 
This page may contain students' work completed as part of assigned coursework. It may not be accurate. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion or policy of [[CSUMB]], its staff, or students.
 
This page may contain students' work completed as part of assigned coursework. It may not be accurate. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion or policy of [[CSUMB]], its staff, or students.

Latest revision as of 12:02, 11 April 2017

[[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

Links

Disclaimer

This page may contain students' work completed as part of assigned coursework. It may not be accurate. It does not necessarily reflect the opinion or policy of CSUMB, its staff, or students.