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   dcterms:title "Wildland-Urban Fire"^^xsd:string;
   gcis:hasCaption "Wildfires are increasingly encroaching on American communities, posing threats to lives, critical infrastructure, and property. In October 2017, more than a dozen fires burned through northern California, killing dozens of people and leaving thousands more homeless. Communities distant from the fires were affected by poor air quality as smoke plumes darkened skies and caused the cancellation of school and other activities across the region. (left) A NASA satellite image shows active fires on October 9, 2017. (right) The Tubbs Fire, which burned parts of Napa, Sonoma, and Lake counties, was the most destructive in California’s history. It caused an estimated $1.2 billion in damages and destroyed over 5,000 structures, including 5% of the housing stock in the city of Santa Rosa. <em>Image credits: (left) NASA; (right) Master Sgt. David Loeffler, U.S. Air National Guard.</em>"^^xsd:string;
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