Forest fire statistics

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Title:
Forest fire statistics
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Forest Service. -- Division of State Cooperation
United States -- Division of State Cooperative Fire Control
United States -- Division of Cooperative Forest Protection
United States -- Division of Cooperative Forest Fire Control
Publisher:
The Division
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
Frequency:
annual
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Forest fires -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Wildfires -- Statistics -- Periodicals -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre:
federal government publication   ( marcgt )
statistics   ( marcgt )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also issued online.
Statement of Responsibility:
Division of Cooperative Forest Protection, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1938.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-1967.
Issuing Body:
Prepared by the following divisions of the Forest Service: Division of State Cooperation, 1938-1944; Division of State Cooperative Fire Control, 1945; Division of Cooperative Forest Protection, 1946-1955; Division of Cooperative Forest Fire Control, 1956-1967.
General Note:
Description based on: 1955; title from cover.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 022806766
oclc - 05360945
lccn - sn 99034161
Classification:
lcc - SD421 .W545
System ID:
AA00013023:00007

Related Items

Preceded by:
Forest fire statistics for the United States (exclusive of Alaska)
Succeeded by:
Wildfire statistics


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This is a compilation of forest fire statistics covering the Calendar
Year 1951 as reported to the United States Forest Service by its field
offices, cooperating States, and the Department of the Interior, Soil
Conservation Service and Tennessee Valley Authority.

The figures are shown separately by the individual States reporting and
totals are also given for certain geographical groups of States. The
tabulation is prepared in the following sections:


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SUMMARY OF FOREST FIRE STATISTICS FOR 1951
Giving areas needing protection; areas protected and
unprotected; number of fires, area burned, and esti-
mated damage to both protected and unprotected forest
lands (Pages 1 to 4).

NUMBER OF FOREST FIRES BY CAUSE AND SIZE
For protected areas only (Pages 5 to 8).

AREAS BURNED AND ESTIMATED DAMAGE
For protected areas only (Pages 9 to 12).


The statistics shown are as complete as could be compiled from reports
submitted by State and Federal protection agencies but no claim is made
as to their completeness or accuracy.

Since no field organizations are established in unprotected areas to
report fires, the statistics on such unprotected areas are merely the
best estimates by the States. They are likewise incomplete as no esti-
mates could be obtained for Arizona, Nebraska, Kansas, North Dakota and
Wyoming.

The estimates on fire damage should be used with caution. They admitted-
ly are low because they fail to include the full and complete tangible
and direct damage to timber and improvements as well as the vast amount
of intangible and indirect losses resulting from forest fires, such as
those caused by decay of fire damaged timber, replacement of desirable
tree species by less valuable ones, soil deterioration and erosion, un-
certain streamflow, destruction of game, interruption of tourist use
and travel, and the like.



Prepared by
Division of Cooperative Forest Protection Forest Service
U. S. Department of Agriculture Washington, D.C.


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TEMnarA 195 i5ae 1,66 1,6 9 3 100 -- -- li MB 100 -- .01 -- 95 5S 100 -
aten & uPrlte 28,991 Ua,971 -- 1,35 1,t5 100 -- 1..980 ,90o 100 -- -- .U -. Ua5i063 U.G6,m 100 -
WmL 1468 14,636 -- 1,996 1.994 100 -- 16,3m 18,2 100 .11 1.5,95 115,966 Lau -
OE TIES A 1961 Rdel 911 91 M M 100 IM M 100 .01 186 168100 -
nate hPrivate 90 9,0u -- 1,566 1,31 100 -- 1,40e M,40 100 .1 -- 06o40 106.402 100 -
ToL 9,9 9,96s -- 1,570 1,8.0 100 -- 88ssi *,n5 100 .Ms 104,8M 104.=8m 00 -

GOUP TOM 1981 Vt.afl 4,59 4,59 -7 18 10 100 M M16 100 .- .e 1,86 1 l96 10 -
State & Pritate 6,786 90,602 6,186 13W.4 100,84 ?9 3,971 *mn m 8eB a U. 8 9 237,B0 U .119 .8 ii ,Im 1i,e9.o0 66 M,516 M.
_DTAL 101.86 95,199 6,186 1B,5w 10,58 7T .971 8 M 90,19 18,49 89 M 7,60 1 .16 S.6M 1,01.9010 1,02,46 44 *lS M


ALARM 151 Iameal Too 900 131 131 100 2,630 2,630 100 .5 ,Mws 6.86 100 -
state & Private i8,112 1.211 10.i46 10.428 100 55, 100 3.0L 1.=,.w I2.15m.9 100 -
AL 1,28812 18,812 lO.559 10,M08 100 -. m8,018 378,021 100 -- 2.01 1.134, 9 1,144,7M 100 -
ARAAS 1951 tleral 2,619? 2.53 8s n18 1M 100 Data Ieaampillte 50,87 3,872 100 Data Iaopqloe* .16 -. 11,810 11,5 100 Data Imas at
State Private 16,96 12405 4.5W 7.069 4,664 6 2,575 364 lnl,01 90,951 58 80,750 47 .73 1.57 BOO6.91 m56,mL 9 Mta,l0 41a
ITA 19,5L79 1I,937 4,63 7,? 46,.10 69 2.375 33 15,573 94,825 54 80,780 46 .63 1.74 608,741 35 ,491 60 M2,MO. 40
ARIUA 191 oteral 1,871 1,iI oo0 oo00 100 -- 51,014 62,014 100 4.09 37,470 59,470 100 -
Eate & Private 19,940 18,774 T,16 l5,198 10.192 40 15000 60 .509,374 443,374 15 8,06,000 57 3.4T 4L.79 7,106,170 972,170 14 648 ,000 86
TAL 321,1 14,065 7,166 8.3592 10,392 41 16,000 m 5,561,35 495.880 14 5,06.000 86 5.55 4.791 7,331.60 1,199,640 1i 6.13,000 M
U AM 1951 ateral 1,065 1,065 -- 8 8 100 8,061 3,061 100 .39 3,419 .419 100 -
State & Prwate 19,968 14,889 65079 .0,574 9,667 47 10,907 53 1.108,035 18,18 s0 59,035 80 1.47 17.51 64,918,8 MO.5M 13 4,56,05 T7
aTm 31,011 15,932 5,079 680,62 9.755 47 10,909 8 1,11,114 U81,579 so 889,55O 80 1.35 17.1 4.918,971 643,685 15 4,61,05 6f
11I8IA1 1961 It*erl 08 88 -- 168 155 100 -. 6,75 6,174 100 -= 1.15 18,70 1.730 100 -
Stte & Pritate 14,141 9,64 4,77 8,741 8,24L 94 0O 6 484,065 L4,068 5 180,000 32 3.0 3.2B 1,3r6,616 88L,616 si 480,000 84
TOMA. 1A4,7 10,153 4,677 8,906 8,406 96 00 6 470,50 3MS,9 86 150,000 BE 3.16 3.8 1,338,564 8as,3m 66 480,000 36
MIIS ISSIPI 19U iaeraml I.10 1,180 -- 670 60 100 8,66 8,66 100 -- .T7 5,139 83,19 100 -
State & Private 18.316 10,711 64,603 30,431 1,4E7 46 191004 58 1,095,479 38,50 84 817,1g9 76 P.41 19.75 3,0178.56 595,710 0 1,401,6M7 80
OTAL 16,464 11,861 4,603 31.101 4,097 45 17,006 56 1,084,138 66,916 2 817,3.9 7B 2.1 19.95 5,070,806 31.829 N0 2,48,6i i 0o
DE0B GARBIZA 1951 eeral 1,663 1,463 -- 90 90 100 2,119 2,119 100 .14 -- 4.59 4,859 100 -
8tate & Private 16,920 15,4m6 1,496 5,562 3,405 96 157 4 805.907 l186,58 91 19,550 9 1.21 1.29 640,609 56,1*6 91 6,483 9
TOA 18,383 16,880 1,496 5,652 5,695 96 157 4 808,026 l86,676 91 19,.80 9 1.12 1.29 645.468 590.98 928 44.88 6
OfltDNMA 191 Moeral 411 411 -- 6 64 100 4.48m 4.485 100 1.09 -- 8,489 ,M89 100 --
state & Private 9.779 5.572 6.207 5,74 945 25 2,800 95 939,508 82,506 9 857,000 91 .31 13.01 1,670,097 170,097 10 1,800,000 90
TOTAL 10,190 3,985 6E207 5,809 1,009 26 3,800 74 948,993 86,995 9 857,000 91 2.18 13.81 1,678,566 178,86 11 1,500,000 89
BODMW CAOLINA 1951 bMaal 630 680 -- 11 151 100 -- 4,139 4.189 100 -- .66 -- 6,857 6.85 100 --
State & Private 11,300 1U.300 -- 69,725 6.725 100 -- 150,68 150,68 100 1..3 -- 1,192 18,s198 100 -
OAl. 11,930 11,950 6,8656 6,856 100 -- 156.827 184,887 100 1.50 522,0m9 52.029 100 -
Sa 19 Roen l 955 955 80 80 100 -. 857 B87 100 .09 1,577 1, 100 --
State & Private 11,967 7,00 4.767 4,792 2.911 61 1,881 39 18,962 43,942 a 141,000 76 .61 2.96 444,13 105.2,5 a 358,400 76
WAl 12,928 8.155 4.967 4,898 2,991 61 1i881 39 188,799 44,7g99 141,000 76 .5 2.96 446.700 107,300 6 3388,400 76
SaI 19U adtal 691 69 8? 187 100 -- 1,88 1 0,6 100 -. .1 -- 8,865 8,8 100 -
State & Private 14,709 B.265 6,442 5,14 5,002 59 3,118 41 47,969 184.869 43 232,100 57 ..4 5.77 1,38,09. 615,093 46 923,000 5
TOTAL 15,399 8,957 6,448 5.801 8.19 60 2.112 40 49,s 186i.14 48 883.100 W 2.08 5.77 1.336,98 65,958 47 715,000 HE
O 1P I. 1691 toiel 1,8U.0 11U.4 85 1,958 1,925 100 89,8 89,85e 100 .79 S18,51 3518,751 100 -
State & Prisate 169.q10 13,i16 44,896 126,836 75,627 5 5,736 4 8,618,06 3,39,140 37 6,6 ,96 73 1.89 153,98 ,7161,967 6.560,169 89 16,136,818 91
iTo 180.680 135,68 44,99 1.21965 76,559 59 5,7869 41 8.702,98 2,408,972 8 6,26m,956 7 1.80 13.95 23,035,75 6,898,90 50 16,13,81. 70


























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UDMAR OF 3ORM IREIS WI T UNMID SUaMS BT CAUSE AND SIZE OALNDAR EAB 1951

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191 Federal
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Lightaing Railroad, Coampera lakars Burtag diary Lmbering_

4.961 81 478 1,163 181 1,169 133
2,068 3,169 2,923 17,24? 19,409 58,22r 2,638
?7,O9 5,t50 3,401 18,390 19.590 39,396 2.791

28 52 75 S6 29 9 -
Data 7Incamflte
B 52 75 S6 29 9 --


1,528 -
Data Incomplete
1,513 -

156 6
27 14
1W3 20


206 A
696 aL

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a18 17

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5 -


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laeaua TOPAL 1/4 AnJ Aoes 10 Aore TWO


492 8,638
11.549 97,2M
22,041 105,868

SO 250
95 9D


42 1,719

42 1,719


61 156
6 442


87 488
99 1,874

68 08

622
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5, -


3,296
49B
3,787


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6 191 M864 59 8 19 Li1 5.957
9 56 170 161 E a5 853 1iM8
85 MY7 4364 o aE 56 45B 8.803


4,938
10,74
15,682

118

118


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48,935
4egS5
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37,861 97,20
38.,56 105,868


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24
42
246

608

887

187
as

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360
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59

592
69


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656
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6
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114

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97
692

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174

80
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195

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68


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205 1,M8
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GROW
AME
STATE


iWmB 0or sa BY SIa


1951 RI ral
State & Private
TMRL


1Z8


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PACMFdC m

CAT.Waz 13. awiml 998 is 69 oM M 36 3 1,4W8 1,0M 806 100 1,441
etat & Pf ate 06 9 61 731 IN I80 146 34 I,43 1,143 8see 6 S,4A
W 1,5 9M 130 9 INO L 190 SM 8,901 I.196 1.Im 5 83,901
atai Ira -in -- -
Otaft &Pimt 3 a B 5 B
t. -- a U U U
COMO4 11 alral s6 1i s 10 19 14 48 6 64,M 456 16 96 a"
aft & PMate 246 m 61 60 145 48 31 -3 1,a48 B6 59 1S3 1,248
7MS. 486 43 148 369 183 a7 856 9T 1.18 1,08D 585 BS 1,8u
lWAgO8M 101 FMZ1. 111 4 R 68 6 6 9 14 aM" 190 m1 1 54
tate a P rlbti 9M a1 117 015 391 BS 11u 6B5 3.6 1,58B 764 ?57 3a,6
toI. A0D M 169 657 T97 89 11 667 ,5W) 1,566 816 160 2,530
( F TUV. 18O1 Mani 1,4g9 52 105 575 49 56 T8 S148 ,590 1,678 13 199 3,830
Sta & P Smrinal 99 36 250 1,056 7911 50 449 1,383 5,866 3,095 2,002 T65 BM8
Tom. 3,3m 516 443 1,931 841 562 847 1,491 83.M8 4,771 I,51 9363 6,m8e


ooimCCor1951 3 r -- -
Ste a Prtwlat 10 10 14M 1 is5 8 197 GoB 78 3*6 44 668
TO. 10 10 10 144 1 13 1I 468 98 366 44 46B
UAUA 1981 a .tz --
staWme & Prrat a i8 s a 5 83 19 66 1 So
M 18 8 5B 83 19 1t in 8
xWURw 1951 3m l 4 -4 4 0 8 AS 7 39
8"te &t PrvY 19 6 186 341 111 7 44 769 8 578 590 769
L. is a8 11E 868 1197 48 794 11 SO8 59 996
Mas 1951 3dnrl -I -- 1 1 -- 8 1 1 3
Bte & r alwt. 14 7 a1 188 184 9 A 6a 422 116 867 59 4U
t0oM 14 7 a3 1S 124 40 MA 67 4 U17 88 59 4aM
m*I11uD 195 134r. 1 1 1 1
Sat & PRIvTt 2 659 9 155 94 55 66 418 69 505 44 418
TOAL 59 9 16 94 85 66 419 69 50 48 419

State a* M s 7 15 445 191 As 1.13 406 667 66 1.139
1R1. B T IBS 446 191 186 1,159 406 669 66 1,139
ON DAW v 1901 3 1 2ader 3 2 3
Sta*t A& ?9m 5 0 8 S1 *7 -i -; U 75 Io 1; 18 275
TO 5 A s 1 a 15 1S 5S 375 E11 16 18 TS7
W. 19g ..u.l -- -- -s -i -- -
Sate St7ate 1 96 18 7t0 187 107 69 1,148 409 641 98 1,148
MTA, 1 96 1 708 18 107 67 1,68 409 641 98 1,148
. B l9R ,bal 1 1 1 1
ate A Pr11t1 f 5 a S09 493 36 83 18 1,56 194 818 aM 1.2M
TOB. 5 63 310 4953 6 B5 119 1,37 195 818 884 1,2
MIWEMR 19 3e41 4 6 1 5 6
state & m1T1ag S 389 198 no 106 44 6 $7 8S0 49 804 97 a30
Wo. S 191 198 37 106 46 6 OF 868 D 509 o9 8A5
-AM-S- 1951 .. .. -- -- -- _- -
new & 3rut. 8 2 46 101 78 a 262 55 )00 5 363
aOE. 2 5 46 101 78 8 6S 52 2DO 50 262
MR 1901E 40 0t 1 1 1 1
8tate m msta 30 8 23 1s 8 11 5 5a IS 11 15
Wl. 80 B 3 31 8 n u6 S3 7 11 116













ONOW P 2RI0D 0 or PINES W as
-O o Maim I .... Il ..o I


0EAR MO lotmW er /4- 10)
S98 3- 6 U B 1 8 8 9 16 is5 5
stat a ]att 1 168 a8 TO 5on 16 12 3f2 1,9a 3 1,74 34 1,95
TOM19 1" 2 a 192 IS m 1,99I 563 1,9 3* 1,994
m 3 119 6I 4 wal 1 10 7 1 4 1t 4 a4
ta t& ,m1 0t 561 3 o01 g u 304 1,3 8 .6 789 4SM 1, 6m
3M La L0 ag5e SOX aMg 11 809 1,370 S0 02 41, 1,570
0200 TM H151 realr 9 16 7 3 3 35 1 17 1t 31 Sb 1 a0s
state & fitlate 42 0 "T 3,091 8,725 1,089 86 18,31 10.4 1.90D 6.40 8,14 10,48
MQAL at 83 64 3,716 2,19s 1,104 87 1,408 10,I87 1,9Im1 4,475 ,31 10,T


AZA1M IS ad l 14 1 4 5 9B 1 1s 1 10 I8 43 1i
State a 1 a. 99 299 99 a.1a 1,100 4.64 529 149 10.428 M4 4.4& 5,570 10,42
OAL 115 300 5 3.19 1,iT ,90 6,72 330 741 10,569 234 4.M 5s,613 10om
ABMIA Io ias a 1 a1 5 31 2 19 I a as 45 IRS
ti 4 1 in 91 7 99 2.46 92 2M6 4.610 4 83.501 1,47W 4.410
jug=03 19 raeral 104 5 U 40 0 16 8 15 00 49 90 a1 10
ait.l & PriTat. W4 1 1 560 1,387 4,719 153 m 10,198 29 4,28 5,01 10.129
mL 538 98 680 1s5o0 x30 1,1 4iS 10 ,92 Sm 4.961 .0938 10,390
IO24 1981 Fdeul 6 3 4 a8 U 1 4 I 3i 34 If a
@tat* a atvte 116 30 111 T7O JM ,061 374 2,60 9,66a 1,l33 4,474 3,41 9,M
L 12 834 312 511 i,3 8,02 2466O 9,T6 1,71 4O,10 *.Bo *95m
- uIBUM 191 Ula ri S 1 F d6 1 108 1 w3 186 s i1 T3 T1 a
ate a Prvate 23 s 120 M 1,16 4,M62 1S3 1,386 8,2S1 1iB 4,l19 3.0m a.mu
TTAL 3 5 106 762 1,163 4,96e 1NS 1,sm 840 1280 4,378 B.9a1 $6
195SIPPI 91 iiarel 8 9 59 a 478 12 62 70 18 4s6 M14 ST
State & 1iate 18 12 1n I,95 2,156 T7,6 20 1,142 1,.437 1 o,55 3.491 13,4
WtIL so l 2 i1 3,060 3.16 85,109 293 1,06 14,097 449 8,011 8,6ST 14,097
RE CAMuLINA 19u1 Feeral 3 4 8 19 8 4T 1 90 I3 83 S3 90
State a PriUvat 2 T7 35 908 1.13 5S 5 37a 3,40 A5 1,4L 1,160 3.406
TOMAL 29 1 as 9 1,154 62 95 ms 3,496 15 1,65 1,86s 3,495
OA1MR 198 3 teial B 1 4 a M 1 17 64 9 41 3 8
State & Private 8 4 97 84 7T9 11 17 945 4 464 416 94
EAm a 5 A 311 86 7i 22 t 1,009 86 m 43D 1,000
S00TH CADLIRA 1951 FeIral 8 2 3 1 1 89 4 1S1 16 41 13
tate Priva et 61 164 173 1,906 1,353 3,3 153 474 6,725 452 3,90 2513 6,7B3
Tom. 88 266 1i 1,7351 1,3533 a,772 235 478 8,06 468 4,014 2,3674 6,86
MaMERSO 191 federal 1 6 10 16 a s 1 6 so 16 51 83 S0
State & Priwote 74 400 335 7T 1,175 is 1 1,911 101 1,892 918 ,911
TOTAL 3 80 410 n 966 1,27 91 80 3.991 117 1,963 91 2,991
EXAS 1961 JTd.l 14 16 69 B 8 3 J 1L7 42 120 16 17
state P late 35 35 W0 679 w0 9% 300 an 58,0X 147 1,123 19,752 3,008
TOAL 5 3 n6 KB ai6 1,0' 306 393 3,189 189 1,23 1,780 3,189
G08ROP 7OL 1951 aI2m1 11 d 8 87 4 a S30 190 1,91 w8 1,140 524 1,93
sate At Private To0 1,4 1,as 1a0,65 13,395 85,37 1,95 8,081 7s,627 4,19 37,037 33,413 73S,67
TOTAL 904 1,470 1,908 12,2m 15,469 38,59 2,023 ,171 7T5,59 4,463 38,167 32,929 75,589



























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1951 DMinl


WhL

151 m*Ml1
3Rt & Prirnts

gotl & PrintsW


WEAL


9t10e & aprivt1



slate A private
TOTAL

1951 Moeral



State & f tat .



aft" a Private
1A1 I~ne
54.4. & 11113%


I I


- I




- 1
I M


0 1B1

-o -
9 84






5 -
9 181

10 T31
9 6
S M4










14 -5
14 T73


0


8
ISM



144
144


4
4


050



19S
196


1,390
Im



149


149

5
148
U9
8o


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9
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K
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16
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1
48
46


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1
846
147


10
10

U
946


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Im
1,9185
3,101




6
625
631

492
amn


89


55
-

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.5



6
160
166

19
176

162
141

LM




108
100

6
206
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u
113
18d

1
195
194


5


5
4'9
60so

17







5

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1

1



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938

9


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1,414
1.465

4

4

1

181


39


I
806

l



10
10

11
Y48






2,945
8,101






a11

23
490
650


1951 fo4eral 7 S 11 T 16 11e 5 E5 aS 43 756 75 O6
31a3t & Private S2 486 U1 9682 3.5 1,850 55 501 01WS 682 5,077 2,064 6.015
WTl1, 59 490 150 12,04 2,351 1,619 60 586 6,:f9g 986 5.Z15 3,19 6,269










*Wa -A AND J MMA N R WIT a8s mIN IN G1o a8186, 3 TUM nAS81 a 3i e uA 1901

HOMOMD A1a OKLY i 210Ms AMD 1Oi1 or asUs

0PROTCED1 ARNA SR RID DAMAGE 0 PROTECTED ARIA

am 2a 0 low Paen 3.1-39.3.1 Average Ana Th1o vl-?labor wr
arm 0WN RIP, AWL M OFSOU
ABA OW1BSBIP 30Mar AWA R NoWD per us amwBs ksnsew DTALB per Aen

___----- -s__ lineal AW AM" AM*e An" Dlara Dollar ar 11l0r Dolars-
.Mr= 19061 I i 919.6 06*318 01,2m 470,80g 86.5 a 8 l *.60,0 u.20 ao1 I,490196 36.
(3alualve of 8tate a "ITS" 9168.8 3,7Tlo00 861,20 3,008,506 31.4 8i,4,06 2,915,00 11,51104 5.04

Alaa) 2 90.1 ,53,860 69s0 1,526,3 88.5 31, 41,89 6,755,58 27,077-,171 7.91
1901 Feral 32.7 25,685 60 =,g2, 089.3 $09,580 16,190 96650m 4.36

_ _ __ "______ 1 1 3 1 39 0 1 8 6 5, 6 3 3 3 5 3 6 6 9 5 8 5 9 860_ 78 .1 9B0 M6T6, 5 7 4 5 4
low NOT~m^ Ism'ses se*w ISSOM 869.3 NO ON*0 ?",IS 94'e .






Ismm 195 4014a 100.0 ,4 1366ss m60 1s. 81,0Me s6,8 "1,0 n8.7

eta" & Privat Daft ae 5 5 .
WIAL 100.0 2.4 1266 16.1 M,028 816,813 710890 I.N5







011 1951 89a4al6 100.0 1'm 7946 3 10. 18,30 6,406 8,6AM 8.60
Mas.9a 311va1s 100.0 &,my I'me A1/4 1" "3. 13,532 3.803 93,67 0.031
2OTaL 100.0 6,1 0,08 M1013 58.0 56,21 601650 n1ew6& 8.1






T3 11 dr*1r 400Im 916,849 ,8.7 18m, M,81 1s,3o8 1W,56" 6.8
Miae" A Privat 2100.0 3,016 1,4KM 3A,163 woo 19,01, 88,1"1 A/ M.0,0 5.B6
13,3. 100.0 *4,m635 ,066 33,391 mo.6 YO,30 301,43 23,3 5.4






n1 1961 a ral 100.0 "N 400 9.S2 14.5 9,0 493 9,MT 1..0
51.9. & Pricam 100.0 1in 560 6t 8. on St 4,5m 9.
SUM 100.0 1wB 8,0 1MT8 165. 9,668 4,m80 1,93M 1.8O
1=181 1951 8B esl 380.0 6 "A 6 .4 10 11 3IN o.f






IV=5 300.0 i* n68 18.4 10i 1n 186 .C
WVPAA 115 M6d20 3100.0 4,9sT 8,0,6 516.9 1,115 0,648 3O7,933 1.85




St3e & PrIvate 1.0 361 6,0 87) 56.6 81.9 9B60 0.,3T66 1",m 18.12
S2. 20.0 71,310 1"8, 1 NOT 1183. 2 16,V60 58305 m55M3 6.4
1a3n M0 1961 Moual 100.0 B4,81 41,06 84,63 41635 1,03,619 1,153,051 3,16Tl,1 01.01
31.9.e a Prialts 87 3,232 s0 3,363 18.1 6,064 m01 6, A6T
to=AL 85194 44,190949,986_1,796 M16.9 1,046,175 1,7w.662 3,16,v 3O.1N
warW 0OB11 195 895o6m 100.0 O, R U .6 ,.00s I'm 1,01 M2.3
n39 & private 100.0 31 way 476 5.5 3318 1339j 1,54 6.
165.1 100.0 164 861 SUL 5.1 log1,.B6 33,50 4.63
UTA 1951 Naderal M6. 603 433 B43 10.5 3,363 5,673 6,030 1.15
Stato & Pr11mb 100.0 1 2,583!/ 23,60 30.5 15 U.655 3/ 1,610 .2
3161L U.0 430 3,13 ,3.02 16.4 3,589 15,3" 19,690 1525
WIUM 1351 Raduw.1 100.0 361 406 962 13.9 466 923 1I'm 1.53
31.9. a Pirut. 5.5 Dat ramommus
TOMLL 86.1 39405 943 15.9 456 733 1,368 1.53
GROUP TOMA 1351 898.,. 39. 52,367 90.331 185,168 39.7 1,63,6i8 3,185,053 3,758.2 B1.50
31.9. & Private 87,5 13,13 36 ,54 44e. W55,360 106,106 111,11 374,816 6.18
Tom*1 37.3 31,303 116,843 116,061 39.1 1,191,786 3,06,734 4,037,553 30.56


3 Inalude.m "1a-rast OritloIal Wateredi Ana sta intlas as bu iw:


idAoe
Damh Dakota
WMA


Ares Bamrn (Amtes)I m (Doug")1
1,m 56,53
T,1 30,000
B.O@T a8,|M
,U45 8,T3














ltOIMUi 1951 aIntl 100.0 ,16 89,T Im,9 105.1 5,18,6l1 1,599,441 4,BT7,10 5o0.56
tato A PnMt.n 100.0 56,00 91,56 r IWB 5.65 1,091.51 1.WoBu.2 r 2.62.m 19.46
suim 100.0 160,1m2 zn.am4 ages 16.0 4,v9.o a @,I3.9 T9,e9,6 M5.1

EJAI 11 AMnl -.- .- .
atew & A iL t 100.0 6a u 41a9 63.4 6am 1,000 U1sU "3.M
2= 1004.0 s ISM 4c1 85.4 mN 13,000 B13O. ll5 .6
1a2 EMw Rbae 100.0 4a,0s F'262 41,010 616a aa'u Wmau am nanTue 0.501
soat & Print1at 100.60 10a,s e. .u w.8 a,u01Ae16 8,m 822,4.099 .TT.
20M 100.0 Lag>t 25.Me IWa7.TSB 894.9 GD000,41 95i;6 B.1. MO.S
uMASI i in meo at0 100.0 30,198 3,5T 30,o4 9T1.6 1,066,9893 0 8I 1,09.Mo gg.41
ate a Prints 100.0 4TL0 m,991 0,19 28.1 1,8.14 m86 1, 9 56.46
O5.L 100.0 6,599 5,058 90.M661 3.9 8M80o,9-8 Ys,543 83,8M,39 59.96
SMW0 6L 1ME asial 100.0 u15,9s 99. o0 8 o8,80 8a.0 8,94,51u 1.451T.46 8,585,159 s9.59
s ate A Prtint 100.0 199.0 101.698 00.93 1.85 4,668,081 3,Me,90o 8.8690021 a.84
TYOL 100.0 334,63T 198.8m 13.515 62.83 116.1.M1 6 3,60.613 15.53.288 3 .90


OB10mmr1 1 a kftar -- -- -
state a PA t e 100.0 1,60 1 3 14a 64.9 10. 51 919 11,e08 ".6M
105L 100.0 1,60 5B1 2.214 4.T 10,691 919 11.0c 5.M6
mJA e 8 ant 100.0 -. -. .. -- -
sta. a Printo 100.0 64 M4 6.6 5,82 -- S,553 640
low. 100.0 44 544 6.6 5,B5 5,sm 6..0
- ISM k aenL 100,0 11no0 466 1.6 88 103a 0 10,6
state Print. 4.0 1, M6 13,565 19.6 33,388 5o31 1.44
To51. 49. 1,905 110 n4,015 17.6 38,806 103 33,910 1.43
mII Im M ural 100.0 1 1 .5 a 5 5.00
itate a PA vate 200.0 ,41 1,M's 5,904 8.8 8,0o1 8,99 31,030 .ST
11 100.0 3,441 1,M4 5906 8.9 8,.081 8,964 U1,0o 8.59
MRAAD 19u1 miae 100.0 Ao -- 0 .0 w 50 3.s0
tate & PrInt 100.0 1,9T68 m89 ,5 65.8 10,802 34,951 45,135 19.41
WTAL 100.0 1.T88 off 82,43 .6 10,EM S54.951 48.10 19.89
Maim 1M1 m al 100.0 -.. .. -.
State a rltmt 100.0 7,664 2,B7 9,911 8.0 8,2S8 59,114 18,972 18.8?
WO 100.0 9,80 82,89 9,991 8.8 86,m8 39,114 126,59S 18.5T
AI RINNAm I25n Meral 100.0 --.. .. .. -
stae t PelnM 100.0 ,8S0D 8"N 3,MI5 9.8 5586 994 8,80 1 .1
WIL 200.0 88,009 In5 9.9 6,186 9i8 W,360 18.18
Sam l nal 100.0 -- -S T -
a *e & p MIA 100.0 14,049 -s 2,oor00 10.1 sn190 1i,5 889,456 u5.55
t=L 300.0 14,384 1i,009 18.1 3Bm,190 5,1 28m,458 15B.
WIN 19 I moral 100.0 -- -- ..-
ass aM nPWW 100.0 8,810 ,086 1,1359 T m,9 t, 8,g 88,564 .T39
W0L 200.0 8s,8 s5,4 U1,,W %. Am,W B,T 58,646 3. T
ISM 1 78 1 ba l 100.0 5 5 -
o le lfte 200.0 88,949 916 SST48 3.T 103,1f9 89,4a 123,094 5.91
D 1.00O0 S0.i0 s9 8,4? M9.4 108,419 29,49 33,094 3.91
AoMM 1a9 in emot -- -- -- -- -- --
Sta & PeMW5 00 0,o11 B 1,86 0.998 41,1 6,Ta j0 6eIM l.o06
Wm 100.0 8,911 1,8 20,98 41.1 46.694 M80 185,1M .01
2.30 1 et w UO.O -- 6. -
ea & PAMw INAo 9I0 48 a1 .0 4,60" 1,400 6,060 T.W
TOM 100.0 4 08 9.0 46os 1,4Woo 6,.oe050 .0


g Zenses *a.-I soPno iU*tied Paesss me.* 0a 1 osn ImSt


O1ltur1 a


Anu. 3as= Ale10) Il.a")l. .
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PROTECTED AREA TURNED DAMAGE ON PROTECTED AREA

WOr PI ERB OD seet wHoxn-P t Awrap Are. imaber aon-T1sber Avmfe
AND o mE4 5C 0o Leadn Lead4 T0 Jpr le Reo0ume Resouioes TO L par Acm


1.0mat Amexa A49 Amre* Aem Dollar* Dolla& DollUar Dollars
EASTERN O CoP I nti nual)

VIRGIN 1951 1e=al1 100.0 138 110 me 6.4 8316 595 1.Ia
state A Pnivate 100.0 15.968 1,98 15,980 8.2 86,833 2,80 .13 ,5 .7:
TOTAL 100.0 14,126 S,1ft 16,2= 8.1 86,910 Sl06w 116,956 T.L5

WEST VIRGINIA 151 Ptderal 100.0 1i1 5 1n4 5.2 69 87 156 1.
State & PrWate 100.0 26,948 5,40 a,40 21.1 96.B4 7.BM6 104,403 5.86
TOMfl 100.0 26,069 t.458 05,5V 30.8 96,919 T7.61 106.5 5OB.67

GROUP TOTAL 1951 Federal 100.0 SB 210 866 8.2 884 510 1,595 1.45
State &Privat 95.6 15,757 15,696 151,655 14.5 76,895 382.375 1,019,0 6.72
TOTAL 95.9 136.579 16,130 15,499 14.4 75 ,779 682,885 1,02,.66 6.69


ALABAMA 1961 Feral 100.0 2,60 233 2,680 20.1 4,736 1,822 6,56 2.49
State & Private 100.0 370,556 4,850 85,528 36.0 1,098.133 40.1o0 1.1m.23 5.05
TOTAL 100.0 375,145 4,8735 378,018 5.8 1,102,867 41.926 1,144,7995 5.0
ARAMNSAS 1951 federal 96.8 2,897 975 5,872 30., 8,895 2,917 11,810 3.06
State & Private 75.1 90,951 90.951 19.4 354,681 34,661 5.90
VTA1 76.3 93,848 995 94.828 19.79 36,574 2,917 356,491 5.87

LOwI0 1951 Federal 100.0 11,889 40.125 52,014 260.1 7,895 219,5B7 227,470 4.37
State & Private "4.1 440,564 5.010 443,354 45.5 972,170 972,190 2.19
TOTAL 66.2 452,285 43,155 495,588 47.7 960,065 219,5"7 1,199,640 8.42

GEORGIA 1951 federal 100.0 1,959 1,502 3,061 53.8 5,065 854 5.419 1.1P
State & Prlate 74.6 199,414 81.104 218,518 22.6 648,000 12,444 660.,24 3.02
TOTAL 75.8 199,175 22,406 221,589 22.7 651,165 1,7'78 663,945 3.00

LOUISIANA 1951 Foeeral 100.0 6,596 186 6,751 40.9 9.518 6,212 15,930 2.3S
State k Private 67.6 314.022 a6 514,085 58.1 865,699 919 866,616 2.76
TOTAL 48.9 320,620 219 320,839 50.2 675,217 ,129g 882,346 2.95
ISISSIPPSS I 1951 federal 100.0 T7,4a 815 8,686 12.9 15,152 8,007 2.,139 2.67
State & Private 69.9 211,762 46,498 28,260 19.2 549,212 46,498 595,710 2.51
TAL7O 72.0 219,605 497,11 266,916 18.9 564,344 54,505 618,849 2.52

OiRTH CAROLIl. 1961 Pederal 100.0 2.075 44 2,119 85.5 2,267 2,592 4,859 2.29
State & Pr vate 91.P 164,914 21,646 186,55 564.8 564,489 21.637 586,12 5.14
TOTAL 91.9 166,989 21,687 188,676 54.0 566,756 24,229 590,985 5.13
0IA0NMA 1951 Federal 100.0 3,807 678 4,463 90.1 5,857 2,632 8,489 1.89
State & Private 56.5 82,50 82,508 87.35 160,506 9,593 170,097 2.06
TOTAL 59.1 86,315 678 86,996 86.2 166,361 12,228 198,586 2.06
800TH CABOLIRA 1951 Fedesal 100.0 2,834 1,s05 4,15 31.6 6,153 1,704 6,837 1.85
State & Private 100.0 158,901 11,798 150,888 22.4 469,69 45,333 515,192 3.42
TOTAL 100.0 141,9385 1,092 154,817 22.6 474,992 49,037 522,029 5.37
T1NESS 1951 Fadeal 100.0 856 235 859 10.7 1,241 356 1,677 1.86
State & Private 60.2 43,942 45,942 15.1 105,723 -- 105,725 2.41
TOTAL 63. 44,776 25 44,799 15.0 106,964 356 107,300 2.40

TEAS 1951 Iteral 100.0 1,064 181 1,385 6.7 8,287 608 8,865 7.12
State & PrIvate 56.P 165,295 19,574 186.869 81.6 614,855 53 6815,09 5.55
TOTL 5.2 165.,59 19.755 186,1M4 58.4 622.812 1.146 635,258 5.35

00GROUP TOTAL 19 federal 99.3 44,907 46,68 0 9,03 46.5 72.010 246,741 318,751 3.55
State & Private 95.5 2,280,611 18,586 ,5o49,140 51.9 6,405,105 199,064 6,580,169 2.80
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SUMMARY OF 1951 WEATHER AND FIRE SITUATIONS


Regon 1 Comprising Montana and Northern Idaho.

Severe burning conditions were experienced in northeastern Washington and
parts of north Idaho. In these areas the severity of the season exceed-
ed the past five-year average. Other parts of the region, particularly
Montana, experienced a less than five-year average severity. Considering
the region as a whole, the season was comparable to the past five years'
average severity.

Region 2 Comprising Colorado, Kansas. Nebraska. South Dakota and Wyoming.

The fire season in northern Colorado was very favorable. The reverse, how-
ever, was true of the southern portion of the State, where an acute situa-
tion prevailed during the period from June 20 to September 15. A very
favorable situation prevailed in South Dakota. Precipitation for the most
part was above normal and came during the usual critical burning period.

Region 3 Comprising Arizona and New Mexico.

The 1951 season was of nearly normal duration. The accumulative moisture
deficiency, however, was more critical than in 1950. For long periods the
danger meters remained in "high" as a result of the extremely low humidity
and fuel moisture. On several occasions the maximum relative humidity for
a twenty-four hour period was below 20% with a minimum for days on end of
only 3%. These severe burning conditions resulted in the greatest fire
loss yet sustained in this region.

Region 4 Comprising Utah. Nevada. Southern Idaho and Western Wyaming.

The same severe burning conditions which caused the unprecedented fire sea-
son in California, Oregon and Washington extended into western Nevada and
southern Idaho and Utah. Lightning activity was especially pronounced dur-
ing the most critical part of the fire season. June precipitation gave
cheat grass and other annuals a good start and following warm weather caus-
ed a rank growth of flashy fuels and increased the fire hazard. Southern
Idaho got some breaks in weather during the last 10 days of August. Sep-
tember temperatures averaged above normal accompanied by marked rainfall
deficiencies. Burning indices ran high. Rains during the last week in
October ended the fire season.

Region 5 Comprising California.

Northern California had one of its most hazardous seasons in recent years,
being devoid of rain from early May to late October. Central California was
close to an average of the past six seasons. Sporadic periods of high fire
danger occurred. In southern California, the early part of the season was
especially dry and generally warm. The dry period of the spring months fol-
lowed a dry winter causing a fire danger higher than usual. Hazard was tempo-
rarily reduced by timely rains in late summer.






Region 6 Comprising Oregon and Washington.


The 1951 fire season was one of the worst on record. The spring period be-
gan with the longest April dry spell of record. May rainfall was well be-
low normal and June had the least rainfall for many years. The drought
continued throughout July, though scattered light rains fell during the
month in some portions. The combined effects of high burning index and
long intervals between wetting rains made burning conditions one of the
most severe on record. Lightning occurrence was below normal. Precipita-
tion in October ended a most extensive and critical fire season.

Region 7 Comprising Connecticut, Delaware, Kentucky. Maine. Maryland.
Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsyl-
vania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and West Virginia.

Fire weather conditions on the whole were more favorable than in 1950.
Rainfall was generally above normal in the north and below or near nor-
mal in the south. New Hampshire was the wettest in 50 years. Dry weath-
er in January and February brought an early spring fire season in the
southern States and severe conditions recurred in Maryland in March and
April. Northward late April and early Hay were dry with critical fire
weather and some large fires occurred in New Jersey and southern New
England. Rainfall was deficient in summer and early fall but favorable
distribution over most of the year contributed to low fire occurrence
and losses region-wide.

Region 8 Comprising Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia. Louisiana.
Mississippi. North Carolina, Oklahoma. South Carolina.
Tennessee and Texas.

1951 was above normal. Precipitation was somewhat below normal in the
Gulf States, but no serious protracted droughts developed. Southern
Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama experienced more than average fire
danger during late summer and fall. Eastern North Carolina had a dry
summer and fall but no serious difficulties developed. The northern
part of the region, across Oklahoma, Arkansas and Tennessee, had suffi-
cient precipitation to avoid serious trouble.

Region 9 Comprising Illinois. Indiana, Iowa, Michigan. Minnesota,
Missouri. North Dakota. Ohio and Wisconsin.

The Lake States enjoyed one of the best years on record. Brief dry peri-
ods during April and May caused concern but little trouble developed.
Burning index reached maximum of 100 iay 14 but there were no serious
fires. Central States, with exception of Missouri, experienced a suc-
cessful fire year. Missouri had worst January in history and a real blow-
up" occurred during Easter week.






STATUS OF STATE AND PRIVATE FOREST LAND PROTECTION C.Y. 1951


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