Open Data for the Mendocino Complex Fire

The Mendocino Complex fire has consumed more than 363,000 acres making it the largest in modern California state history. Burning northwest of Sacramento, over 13,000 firefighters and 2,300 members of the National Guard are battling the blaze. As of August 16, containment is at approximately 64% according to Cal Fire. Under current conditions, officials think possible containment can be reached by September 1. Destroyed structures from the fire have risen to just over 220, including 116 residences. The most up-to-date information about the Mendocino Complex fire can be found at http://www.fire.ca.gov/current_incidents.

When crises like this occur, DigitalGlobe is committed to supporting the humanitarian community and fulfilling Maxar’s purpose of Building a Better World by providing critical and actionable information to assist response efforts. As part of our Open Data Program, DigitalGlobe will publicly release pre- and post-event imagery of the affected areas to support disaster response.

Pre and post-event DigitalGlobe imagery has been uploaded to the Open Data site. Please continue to check the site for updates on post-event imagery.

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