No one has been injured in the Mendocino Complex Fire, which consists of two fires - the Ranch Fire and the River Fire - burning around Clear Lake, in Northern California. However, the River Fire remained at 47,663 acres and 50-percent containment. Add to this aircraft from across California, not just prop tankers, but DC-10s, C-130s and of course the famous Tanker 944 the 747 supertanker, and one begins to see the enormous financial cost of fighting the fire, not to mention the huge loss of property, and cost of rebuilding.
A day later he posted another tweet about water being "diverted", and he said Gov.
Mr McLean said: "I can remember a couple of years ago when we saw 10 to 12,000 firefighters in the states of California, Oregon and Washington and never the 14,000 we see now".
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Head here for the latest information on evacuations and fire conditions for the Ferguson Fire. But officials say the twin fires threaten 11,300 buildings and some new evacuations were ordered over the weekend as the flames spread.
Gilless said Trump's language about water "being diverted into the Pacific Ocean", doesn't make sense, as water naturally flows to the ocean.
That blaze has killed two firefighters and five civilians and destroyed more than 1,000 homes.
A 2016 study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that climate change was responsible for more than half of the documented increases in fuel aridity in western forests and had doubled the amount of land burned since 1984.
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"California wildfires are being magnified & made so much worse by the bad environmental laws which aren't allowing massive amount of readily available water to be properly utilized".
It has claimed more than 1,600 buildings, majority homes.
Through July 29, the agency said it responded to 3,770 fires across 292,455 acres.
"Extreme droughts and high winds are increasing as climate is warming", said Monica Turner, an ecologist at the University of Wisconsin at Madison who has spent three decades researching fires at Yellowstone National Park.
Reports surfaced last week that the Carr Fire was started when a tire failed on a trailer, causing its rim to scrape on asphalt along Highway 299 and ignite the sixth-most destructive wildfire in California's history.
Nine people have been killed so far, including four firefighters.
As of Sunday morning, the fire has burned 154,524 acres and is 41 percent contained. Of the 89,633 acres burned, firefighters have contained about 38%, according to authorities.
On Sunday, 140 fire managers and specialists from Australia and New Zealand underwent special training and were issued safety gear at the National Interagency Fire Center in Boise before being deployed to fires in the Pacific Northwest and California. The complex is now only a couple thousand acres shy of becoming the largest in state history, and it has done so in a remarkably brief period.