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Wildland fire hazard in Humboldt County, California Public Deposited

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  • Humboldt County has several areas which have naturally high to extreme wildland fire hazards. Recent settlement within these areas increases the likelihood of a destructive fire. This report examines the extent and degree to which climate, slope and vegetation influence the wildland fire hazard in Humboldt County, as well as the problems posed by increasing settlement in hazardous areas. Several options for systematically addressing the problem are also offered.
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