콜로라도 산불 목록 - List of Colorado wildfires

이것은 기록 된 역사 전체에 걸쳐 주기적으로 발생한 콜로라도 산불 목록입니다 . [1]

미국 역사에서 가장 중요한 화재 중 하나였다 큰 파열 의 1910 [2] 화재에서, 3백만에이커가 연소 (78 명) 소방관이 북쪽에서 사망했다 록키 산맥 (의 상태에 워싱턴 , 아이다 호몬태나 ) 그것은 콜로라도에서 오전 10 시까 지 모든 화재에 대한 상설 정책으로 이어졌습니다. [3] 정책은 20 세기에 걸쳐 발전했습니다.

콜로라도 주립 숲 서비스 에 의해 설립 된 콜로라도 총회 1955 년과 콜로라도 산불에 대한 응답을 감독한다. [ 본문에서 확인되지 않음 ]

거의 36만에이커을 불에 2002 년 콜로라도 산불의 일부는 헤이 화재는 거의 20 년 동안 콜로라도 주 역사상 가장 큰 산불이었다 [4] [5] 까지 파인 협곡 화재 8월 2020 년을 능가 [6] 카메론 피크 화재 는 7 주 후 콜로라도 역사상 가장 큰 산불이되었으며 2020 년 10 월 21 일 현재 206,667 에이커 규모로 불에 탔습니다. 2012 년 콜로라도 산불 은 가장 파괴적인 화재 기록을 두 번 깨고 6 월에 연방 재난 지역 을 선포 했습니다. 2012. [7] 높은 고온 바람에 의해 연료 2013 콜로라도 산불 [8] 2013 년 7 월 5 일 현재 콜로라도 역사상 두 번째로 큰 기록을 기록했습니다.

화재 목록

이 목록은 콜로라도 역사상 가장 크고 가장 파괴적인 화재만을 다룹니다. 콜로라도 주립 대학 (CSU)가 1976 년부터 2006 년까지라는 이름의 화재에 대한 정보가 [9] 1960에서 2009 년까지 총 산불 [10] CSU에 따르면, 콜로라도 산불은 1960 년대 십년 당 10만에이커 (4만4백69헥타르)보다 적은 점화 그리고 1970 년대. 1980 년대와 1990 년대에 총 면적은 10 년에 200,000 에이커 (80,937ha)가 넘었습니다. 2000 년대, 총 약 200,000에이커 (8만9백37헥타르)이었다. 1980 년 이전의 주목할만한 화재도 포함되어 있으며 주로 오래된 신문과 기록에서 발생했습니다. 4 만 에이커 (16,187ha)가 넘는 모든 화재와 20,000 에이커 (8,094ha)가 넘는 화재는 모두 21 세기에 발생했습니다.. 부분적으로 콜로라도에있는 화재 면적은 빨간색으로 표시됩니다.

크기 이름 지역 메모
1924 년 2,000 에이커 (810ha) 짐 크릭 화재 윈터 파크, 콜로라도 , Moffat 터널 서쪽 포털.
1927 년 135 에이커 (55 헥타르) Payne Gulch 화재 콜로라도 주 베일리의 남쪽 , 파이크 국유림 . [11]
1932 년 600 에이커 (240ha) 톨 랜드 화재 콜로라도 주 톨 랜드 .
1934 년 300 에이커 (120ha) 동쪽 포털 화재 콜로라도 주 톨 랜드 서쪽 , 모팻 터널 동쪽 포털.
1934 년 300 에이커 (120ha) 모래 시계 불 토파즈 산, 파이크 국유림 .
1938 년 700 에이커 (280ha) 블랙 캐년 화재 동쪽 Tolland, 콜로라도 , 루즈 벨트 국립 산림 .
1939 년 1,009 에이커 (408 헥타르) 팬 핸들 화재 [12] Red Feather Lakes, 콜로라도 , Roosevelt National Forest의 북서쪽 .
1939 년 1,319 에이커 (534ha) 화강암 산 불 [13] 화강암, 콜로라도 , 산 이사벨 국유림 .
1939 년 657 에이커 (266 헥타르) 매머드 마운틴 파이어 [14] Platoro, Colorado , Rio Grande National Forest .
1942 년 500 에이커 (200ha) 그린 리지 화재 콜로라도 주 Yampa 동쪽 , Routt 국유림 .
1944 년 900 에이커 (360ha) Glendevey 화재 Glendevey, Colorado, Roosevelt National Forest .
1944 년 700 에이커 (280ha) 지옥의 구멍 화재 콜로라도 주 월콧 서쪽 .
1948 년 14,000 에이커 (5,700ha) 웰드 카운티 잔디 화재 콜로라도 주 커시 .
1950 년 28,800 에이커 (11,700ha) 샤이엔 산 불 포트 카슨, 콜로라도 캠프 카슨 주변의 89 개 건물을 파괴하고 8 명이 사망했습니다. 보도에 따르면 화재의 크기가 45 제곱 마일 이상이라고 주장하지만이 숫자는 과장된 것 같습니다.
1950 년 2,000 에이커 (810ha) 그랜드 메사 파이어 그랜드 메사 (Grand Mesa ) , 콜로라도 주 시더 에지 서쪽 .
1951 년 350 에이커 (140ha) 프리몬트 피크 화재 로얄 협곡 Royal Gorge 다리를 위협했습니다.
1951 년 6,000 에이커 (2,400ha) 트레일러 드로우 파이어 Douglas Mountain, Moffat County, 콜로라도
1952 년 2,000 에이커 (810ha) 루즈 벨트 불 레드 페더 레이크스 북쪽의 루즈 벨트 국유림 .
1952 년 3,000 에이커 (1,200ha) 탤러 해시 크릭 화재 콜로라도 카논시 서쪽 .
1952 년 81ha (200 에이커) 올빼미의 머리 불 에반스 산 근처
1952 년 1,600 에이커 (650ha) 구스 크릭 화재 콜로라도 주 크리 데 남쪽 . 리오 그란데 국유림 의 매우 험준한 지역에서 불에 타서 소방관이 가장 가까운 도로에서 5 마일을 걸어야했습니다. 사냥꾼에 의해 발생합니다.
1956 년 600 에이커 (240ha) 악마의 협곡 화재 콜로라도 주 아이다 호 스프링스 남서부 , 클리어 크릭 카운티아라 파호 국유림 .
1956 년 300 에이커 (120ha) 노스 포크 화재 록키 마운틴 국립 공원 , 콜로라도 주 글렌 헤이븐 북서쪽
1958 년 300 에이커 (120ha) 데드 맨 파이어 Red Feather Lakes 서쪽
1959 년 2,107 에이커 (853ha) 모어 필드 파이어 메사 베르데 국립 공원
1962 년 1,064 에이커 (431ha) 화장실 화재 아라 파호 국립 산림 , 클리어 크릭 카운티 , 콜로라도.
1962 년 2,200 에이커 (890ha) 베어 크릭 화재 서머셋, 콜로라도
1963 년 2,100 에이커 (850ha) 살쾡이 협곡 화재 파이크 국유림 , 치즈 맨 호수 남서쪽 South Platte 강 을 뛰어 넘은 규정 된 화재에서 탈출했습니다 .
1966 년 470 에이커 (190ha) Comanche 불 Comanche 저수지, 루즈 벨트 국유림
1968 년 740 에이커 (300 헥타르) 링컨 호수 화재 아라 파호 국립 산림 , 클리어 크릭 카운티 , 콜로라도.
1971 년 3,100 에이커 (1,300 헥타르) 불 산 불 노스 웨스턴 라 리머 카운티 , 콜로라도
1972 년 2,317 에이커 (938 헥타르) 모카신 메사 불 메사 베르데 국립 공원
1972 년 1,550 에이커 (630ha) 아일랜드 캐년 화재 노스 웨스턴 모팻 카운티 Helicopter crashed while working on this fire. No fatalities.
1972 1,565 acres (633 ha) Plug Hat fires North of Dinosaur, Colorado Two fires, about 900 and 700 acres.
1974 115 acres (47 ha) Gold Hill fire Gold Hill, Colorado Immediately south of Gold Hill, Colorado. 1 structure destroyed. Human caused.
1974 375 acres (152 ha) Jefferson Lake fire West of Kenosha Pass, Colorado
1975 4,200 acres (1,700 ha) Red Dirt fire Eagle County, Colorado Largest Colorado wildfire at the time until surpassed by the Emerald Lake fire in 1980.
1976 880 acres (360 ha) Battlement Creek fire Parachute, Colorado Killed 3 firefighters in a burn over and 1 pilot in an airtanker crash.
1976 230 acres (93 ha) Comforter Mountain fire Boulder Canyon, Colorado
1977 500 acres (200 ha) Ox Yoke fire Deckers, Colorado
1977 1,400 acres (570 ha) Meadow Lake fire Northwest of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, White River National Forest
1977 4,170 acres (1,690 ha) Deep Creek fire Northwest of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, White River National Forest
1978 1,122 acres (454 ha) Kilpecker fire West of Red Feather Lakes
1978 6,300 acres (2,500 ha) Overholt fire Maybell, Colorado
1978 2,300 acres (930 ha) Maes Creek fire Greenhorn Mountain, San Isabel National Forest
1978 400 acres (160 ha) Reservoir fire Idaho Springs Reservoir, Arapaho National Forest
1978 1,000 acres (400 ha) Ouzel fire Rocky Mountain National Park Caused by lightning in Rocky Mountain National Park and was allowed to burn naturally, but was pushed by strong winds and ran towards Allenspark, Colorado. Luckily, the fire was subdued before it reached the park boundary.
1980 10,063 acres (4,072 ha) Emerald Lake fire White River National Forest Largest wildfire in Colorado history at the time.
1988 15,438 acres (6,248 ha) I Do fire South of Sunbeam, Colorado, Moffat County. Surpassed the Emerald Lake fire as largest in the state's history. Named for a Bureau of Land Management firefighter who was married the day the fire broke out.
1989 2,100 acres (850 ha) Black Tiger Fire West of Boulder, Colorado 44 개의 주택과 구조물이 6 시간 이내에 불에 탔습니다. 당시 콜로라도에서 재산 손실 및 피해 측면에서 가장 파괴적인 산불이었습니다. [15]
1993 년 9,917 에이커 (4,013ha) 와피 티 화재 Sunbeam, 콜로라도
1993 년 12,410 에이커 (5,020ha) 태양열 불 Sunbeam, 콜로라도
1994 년 13,234 에이커 (5,356ha) 블랙 리지 화재 콜로라도 두 랑고 남부
1994 년 2,115 에이커 (856ha) 사우스 캐년 화재 Glenwood Springs, 콜로라도 "폭풍 왕 산불"이라고도합니다. [16] 14 명의 소방관을 죽였습니다.
1996 년 11,875 에이커 (4,806ha) 버팔로 크릭 화재 파인, 콜로라도 남쪽 파이크 국유림 12 개 가정을 파괴.
1996 년 6,423ha (15,872 에이커) 오피니언 파이어 Moffat 카운티 , 콜로라도, 미국 남부 40
2000 년 16,000 에이커 (6,500ha) 키오와 카운티 화재 Kiowa County, Colorado.
2000 11,021 acres (4,460 ha) Hi Meadow fire Pine, Colorado Burned 58 structures and caused more than $15 million in damages. Ignited by a cigarette.[17]
2000 10,599 acres (4,289 ha)[18] Bobcat Gulch fire West of Loveland, Colorado, Roosevelt National Forest Caused by a campfire in the Bobcat Gulch on June 12, 2000 and caused the loss of 22 structures.[19]
2000 23,607 acres (9,553 ha) Bircher fire Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado Largest fire in Mesa Verde National Park history.
2000 11,033 acres (4,465 ha) Buster Flats fire Northwestern Moffat County, Colorado.
2002 10,000 acres (4,000 ha) Lincoln County Complex fire Lincoln County, Colorado
2002 137,760 acres (55,750 ha) Hayman Fire Pike National Forest, Colorado Fourth largest fire in Colorado history[6] by area. 5 firefighter deaths, 133 homes lost, 600 total structures destroyed, more than $42 million in damages. Caused by arson.[20]
2002 71,739 acres (29,032 ha) Missionary Ridge Fire Durango, Colorado Started June 9, 2002. Firefighting cost $40 million; one firefighter death after tree fall. Burned for 39 days and destroyed 46 houses and cabins.
2002 12,209 acres (4,941 ha) Coal Seam fire Glenwood Springs, Colorado Caused by a coal seam fire that initially ignited in 1910 and burned underground for decades. 43 structures were destroyed.
2002 27,084 acres (10,961 ha) Trinidad Complex fire Las Animas County, Colorado Spring and Fisher fires. The Spring fire began in New Mexico and crossed into Colorado.
2002 4,413 acres (1,786 ha) Big Elk fire Estes Park, Colorado 3 firefighters killed in plane crash.
2002 4,439 acres (1,796 ha) Iron Mountain fire Southwest of Cañon City, Colorado. Destroyed 201 structures, including over 100 homes.
2002 30,573 acres (12,372 ha) Burn Canyon fire Norwood, Colorado
2002 13,490 acres (5,460 ha) Spring Creek Complex fire North of Glenwood Springs, Colorado Spring Creek and East Meadow Creek fires
2002 17,273 acres (6,990 ha) Big Fish fire Trappers Lake in the Flat Tops Wilderness
2002 31,016 acres (12,552 ha) Mt. Zirkel Complex fire Mount Zirkel Wilderness Consisted of the Burn Ridge and Hinman fires.
2003 3,705 acres (1,499 ha) Overland fire Jamestown, Colorado Caused by downed power lines. Destroyed 62 structures.
2004 9,014 acres (3,648 ha) Picnic Rock fire Northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado
2004 4,188 acres (1,695 ha) Campbell Fire 11 miles north of Nucla, Colorado BLM and Uncompahgre National Forest.
2005 11,357 acres (4,596 ha) Mason fire Beulah, Colorado
2006 15,400 acres (6,200 ha) Yuma County fire Yuma County, Colorado
2006 13,820 acres (5,590 ha) Mato Vega fire La Veta Pass, Colorado
2008 8,900 acres (3,600 ha) Ordway fire Ordway, Colorado Killed 2 firefighters and burned 44 structures.
2008 9,000 acres (3,600 ha) TA-25 fire Fort Carson, Colorado Pilot killed when his plane crashed.
2008 46,612 acres (18,863 ha) Bridger fire Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site, Colorado
2008 25,385 acres (10,273 ha) Mayberry fire Maybell, Colorado
2010 6,181 acres (2,501 ha) Fourmile Canyon fire West of Boulder, Colorado Caused by an extinguished fire pit that reignited.[21] Destroyed 172 structures and was the most destructive Colorado wildfire at the time.
2011 12,310 acres (4,980 ha) Fort Lyons fire John Martin Reservoir, Bent County, Colorado
2011 46,257 acres (18,720 ha) Bear Springs Complex fire Piñon Canyon Maneuver Site, Colorado Consisted of the Bear Springs and Callie Marie fires.
2011 14,651 acres (5,929 ha) Shell Complex fire Las Animas County, Colorado Consisted of the Shell and Brice fires.
2011 3,200 acres (1,300 ha)[22] Crystal fire Roosevelt National Forest, West of Loveland/Fort Collins, Colorado 15 primary structures burned[23]
2012 7,685 acres (3,110 ha)[24] Hewlett Gulch fire Arapaho National Forest & Roosevelt National Forest, West of Fort Collins, Colorado
2012 20,000 acres (8,100 ha) Heartstrong fire Yuma, Colorado
2012 3,217 acres (1,302 ha) Lower North Fork fire Foxton, Colorado Caused by an escaped prescribed fire. Burned 23 homes and killed 3 people. Deadliest Colorado wildfire in terms of civilian lives lost.
2012 24,931 acres (10,089 ha)[25] Little Sand fire San Juan National Forest, north of Pagosa Springs, Colorado [citation needed]
2012 87,284 acres (35,323 ha) High Park Fire Roosevelt National Forest, West of Fort Collins Started by lightning. Sixth largest wildfire in Colorado state history by area. Killed one person and destroyed at least 248 homes, making it the most destructive fire in state history until Waldo Canyon Fire a few days later.[citation needed]
2012 18,247 acres (7,384 ha) Waldo Canyon Fire Colorado Springs area Located near Pikes Peak, northwest of Colorado Springs in the Waldo Canyon - origin currently unknown - first reported the afternoon of Saturday, June 23. Destroyed 346 homes; the most destructive fire until the Black Forest Fire of 2013. Two fatalities.[citation needed]
2012 45,000 acres (18,000 ha)[26] Last Chance fire Last Chance, Colorado Began south of Last Chance, Colorado, by sparks from a tire blowout. Burned 11 structures.[27]
2012 10,147 acres (4,106 ha) Weber fire Mancos, Colorado [citation needed]
2012 13,863 acres (5,610 ha) Pine Ridge fire West of De Beque, Colorado [citation needed]
2012 3,500 acres (1,400 ha) Fern Lake fire Rocky Mountain National Park [citation needed]
2013 14,280 acres (5,780 ha)[28] Black Forest Fire Black Forest, near Colorado Springs The most destructive fire in Colorado state history. Destroyed 511 homes, left 28 homes partially damaged, and claimed the lives of two people.[29] Cause: natural causes eliminated.
2013 3,800 acres (1,500 ha)[30] Royal Gorge Fire Royal Gorge Started June 11, 2013; jumped Royal Gorge and damaged the Royal Gorge Bridge.
2013 13,572 acres (5,492 ha)[31][32] East Peak Fire East Spanish Peak Started June 19, 2013; put the entire town of Walsenburg, Colorado, under pre-evacuation status. Cause: Lightning.
2013 110,405 acres (44,679 ha)[32][33][34][35] West Fork Fire Complex Wolf Creek Pass Started June 20, 2013; forced evacuation of entire town of South Fork, Colorado. The fire is composed of three subsidiary fires that merged: West Fork fire, Papoose fire and Windy Pass fire. Cause: Lightning.
2014 19,569 acres (7,919 ha) Alkali fire Moffat County near Maybell, Colorado
2015 11,699 acres (4,734 ha) Gutterson Ranch fire U.S. 34 north of Keenesburg, Colorado
2016 38,380 acres (15,530 ha) Beaver Creek fire Northwestern Jackson County, Colorado, Routt National Forest Burned from June until October on the Colorado-Wyoming state line.
2016 16,574 acres (6,707 ha) Hayden Pass fire San Isabel National Forest southwest of Coaldale, Colorado
2016 5,232 acres (2,117 ha) Beulah Hill fire Beulah, Colorado Destroyed 14 structures.[citation needed]
2016 18,761 acres (7,592 ha) Junkins fire San Isabel National Forest west of Beulah, Colorado Destroyed 26 structures.[citation needed]
2017 32,564 acres (13,178 ha) Logan fire Logan County, Colorado Fanned by strong winds, the fire killed hundreds of cattle and destroyed 15 structures.[citation needed]
2017 12,839 acres (5,196 ha) Peekaboo fire Northwest Moffat County, Colorado Cause: Lightning/natural.[citation needed]
2017 18,804 acres (7,610 ha) Dead Dog fire Rangely, Colorado [citation needed]
2017 84 acres (34 ha) Peak 2 fire Breckenridge, Colorado Although small, this fire was forced the evacuation of 463 homes near Breckenridge, Colorado.
2018 10,330 acres (4,180 ha) Stateline fire Las Animas County, Colorado and Union County, New Mexico Started in New Mexico and burned into Colorado. Blackened over 28,000 acres.
2018 42,795 acres (17,319 ha) MM 117 fire El Paso County, Colorado 23 homes destroyed[36]
2018 33,609 acres (13,601 ha) Badger Hole fire Walsh, Colorado Burned a total of 50,815 acres in Colorado and Kansas. Destroyed 24 structures.
2018 54,129 acres (21,905 ha) 416 & Burro Fire Complex Durango, Colorado The fire started June 1st, 2018 about 10 miles north of Durango, Colorado.[citation needed]
2018 108,045 acres (43,724 ha) Spring Creek Fire Fort Garland, Colorado / La Veta, Colorado / Sangre de Cristo Mountains The fire started June 27th, 2018 about 9 miles NE of Ft. Garland, CO. The fire reached 108,045 acres of burned area. It was declared 100% contained on September 10, 2018.[37] More than 140 homes were lost to the fire.[38] At least 120 others have been damaged. The fire was human caused and the suspect faces 141 counts of first-degree arson — one count for each home destroyed by the fire.[39]
2018 13,023 acres (5,270 ha) Weston Pass Fire Fairplay, Colorado
2018 19,955 acres (8,076 ha) Divide fire Moffat County, Colorado
2018 20,120 acres (8,140 ha) Silver Creek fire Northwest of Kremmling, Colorado
2018 12,588 acres (5,094 ha) Lake Christine Fire Basalt, Colorado[citation needed]
2018 19,634 acres (7,946 ha) Plateau fire McPhee Reservoir[citation needed]
2018 36,520 acres (14,780 ha) Bull Draw fire North of Nucla, Colorado[citation needed]
2019 8,959 acres (3,626 ha) Decker fire Rio Grande National Forest and San Isabel National Forest south of Salida, Colorado Caused by lightning in early September and was allowed to burn while being supervised in the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness. Fire flared up jumping Methodist Mt. threatening homes south of Salida.[citation needed]
2020 11,818 acres (4,783 ha) Cherry Canyon Fire 37º 22' 3" -103º 27' 1" Caused by lightning, Sunday, May 27.[40]
2020 2,905 acres (1,176 ha) East Canyon Fire 19 Miles East of Cortez, Colorado Caused by lightning, initial attack on Sunday, June 14 at 12:41pm.[41]The pre-positioned Durango Interagency Type 3 team responded to the initial attack and managed the fire until the Rocky Mountain Type 2 Blue Team assumed command of the fire on Tuesday June 16, 2020. The fire transitioned back to a local Type 3 organization on Wednesday, June 24 at 6:00 a.m.
2020 139,007 acres (56,254 ha) Pine Gulch fire 18 Miles North of Grand Junction Caused by lightning, initial attack on Friday, July 31, after 5 PM.[42] As of 27 Aug 2020, Pine Gulch wildfire became the largest fire in Colorado history, the same day the fire became just 77% contained.[6] Suppression costs are $35,000,000.[43]
2020 3,226 acres (1,306 ha) Fawn Creek Fire 39º 45' 44", 108º 25' 7" Caused by lightning, July 13,2020. Suppression costs are $2,285,000.[44]
2020 32,431 acres (13,124 ha) Grizzly Creek fire Glenwood Canyon Started along Interstate 70 in Glenwood Canyon.[45] Structures destroyed: 3. Suppression costs: $36,000,000.[46]
2020 208,663 acres (84,443 ha)[47] Cameron Peak Fire 6 miles North of Cameron Pass (Colorado),[48] Roosevelt National Forest Started August 13, cause under investigation. On 14 Oct 2020 the fire became the largest wildfire in Colorado history.[49] Structures destroyed: 100. Suppression costs: $84,100,000.(costs and structures destroyed as of October 14, 2020)[50]
2020 14,577 acres (5,899 ha) Williams Fork fire Williams Fork Drainage in the Arapaho National Forest, southwest of Fraser.[51] Started August 14, human-caused. (Size as of 13 October 2020). Suppression costs: $22,470,000.(costs as of October 14, 2020)[52]
2020 165 acres (67 ha) Lewstone Fire Lewstone Creek between Highway 14 and Rist Canyon[53] Started on August 22 and was 100% contained on August 25.[54]
2020 176,878 acres (71,580 ha) Mullen fire* Medicine Bow National Forest This fire originated in Wyoming on September 17th, and burned into Colorado on October 1.[55][56] Most of the acreage of this fire is located in Wyoming. Size as of 17 October 2020. Structures destroyed: 66. Suppression costs: $34,599,924.(costs and structures destroyed as of October 15, 2020)[57]
2020 20,433 acres (8,269 ha) Middle Fork Fire Routt National Forest Caused by lightning, started in Routt National Forest.[58] (Size as of 25 October 2020) Suppression costs: $5,819,235.00.(costs as of October 14, 2020)[59]
2020 192,560 acres (77,930 ha)[60] East Troublesome Fire Arapaho National Forest Began on 10/14/2020 at 4:00 pm North of Parshall, Colorado with causing the death of at least 2 elderly people . Cause under investigation.[61]
2020 10,095 acres (4,085 ha)[62] Cal-Wood Fire Reported at noon on 10/17/2020, North of Jamestown, Colorado. .
2020 460 acres (190 ha)[63] Lefthand Canyon Fire Discovered 12:41:00 p.m. 10/18/2020, Near Ward, Colorado.[64]

See also

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