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(Fire Predictions for Southern California By: Romuel-Dave Chaves, Jason Collins, and Megan Parry Southern California wildfires are increasingly destructive and it is widely held that the problem has been intensified by many climate factors including veget)
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Fire Predictions for Southern California By: Romuel-Dave Chaves, Jason Collins, and Megan Parry

Southern California wildfires are increasingly destructive and it is widely held that the problem has been intensified by many climate factors including vegetation types, precipitation, temperature, wind properties, and elevation. Southern California must take precautionary methods to predict future fires to further prepare for any outbreaks. By analyzing San Diego County fires and the multiple attributes of the area, future fires in the Southern California region can be predicted based on the dynamics of the area. Using ArcMap, previous studies, and available spatial data, these fires can be forecasted, and preventive measures can be taken.

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