2010 California wildfires

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2010 California wildfires
Leona Valley Crown Fire Phos-Chek drop 2.jpg
Statistics[1]
Total fires 6,554
Total area 109,529 acres (443.25 km2)
Cost Over $5.2 million

The 2010 California wildfires were a series of wildfires that were active in the state of California during the year 2010.[2]

Fires[edit]

Below is a list of all fires that exceeded 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) during the 2010 fire season.[3] The list is taken from CAL FIREs list of large fires".

Name County Acres Km2 Start Date Contained Date Notes
Cotton San Luis Obispo 2,044 8.3 15 May 2010 17 May 2010
Aliso San Diego 3,225 13.1 13 July 2010 15 July 2010
Sand 2 Kern 1,254 5.1 16 July 2010 22 July 2010
Indian Kern 1,822 7.4 18 July 2010 24 July 2010
Mono Mono 1,205 4.9 26 July 2010 29 July 2010
McDonald Lassen 9,408 38.1 27 July 2010 10 August 2010
Bar Plumas 1,040 4.2 31 July 2010 10 August 2010
Bull Kern 16,442 66.5 26 July 2010 10 August 2010 14 Structures destroyed
Bullard Yuba 1,307 5.3 27 August 2010 31 August 2010
Canyon Kern 9,820 39.7 12 September 2010 19 September 2010 1 structure destroyed
Bullards Nevada 1,500 6.1 27 August 2010 13 September 2010
Post Kern 1,312 5.3 25 August 2010 28 August 2010
Pozo San Luis Obispo 1,200 4.9 21 August 2010 22 August 2010
McKinley Riverside 1,000 4.0 20 May 2010 22 May 2010
Robinson Merced 1,600 6.5 11 June 2010 12 June 2010
West Kern 1,650 6.7 27 July 2010 6 August 2010 50 structures destroyed
Crown Los Angeles 13,918 56.3 29 July 2010 3 August 2010 10 structures destroyed


References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Report of Wildland Fires and Acres Burned by State 2010" (PDF). National Interagency Fire Center. Retrieved 19 August 2015. 
  2. ^ "2010 Wildland Fire Summary" (PDF). CAL FIRE. Retrieved 7 August 2015. 
  3. ^ "Large Fires 2010" (PDF). CAL FIRE. Retrieved 14 August 2015.