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fo·go sel·va·gem

(fō'gō sel'vă-jem),
A form of pemphigus foliaceus, occurring in southern Brazil, in which the lesions are bullous, appear localized to the face and upper trunk, become widespread, variegated, erythrodermic, and exfoliative, and are immunologically indistinguishable from pemphigus foliaceus or vulgaris.
[Pg. wild fire]
Dermatology See Fogo selvagem
Public safety An uncontrolled fire—e.g., forest fire, scrub fire—that occurs in sparsely or unpopulated regions
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Launching the consultation Reducing Wildfires in the Countryside(external link opens in a new window / tab) Chief Executive of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA) David Small said: Wildfires put the safety of firefighters, the public and property at risk.
There are several wildfires blazing through northern California in the Napa, Sonoma, Mendocino and Nevada counties, among others, and a bunch of them are labeled in this satellite photo from the space agency.
Pests make forests more susceptible to wildfire, according to Funk.
Topography influences the speed of wildfire spread.
The 2015 wildfire year saw several record-setting fires, in addition to the highest annual total acreage ever burned.
AirMap obtains wildfire information directly from the US Department of the Interior's incident command system and immediately pushes it to drone pilots through AirMap's iOS and web apps, AirMap's API, and the GEO geofencing system included in the DJI GO flight control app.
As towns and cities across the country are experiencing the devastating impacts from wildfire, the Community Planning Assistance for Wildfire (CPAW) program offers support at the local level.
The SMOKEY BEAR website and app provide information about how you can prevent wildfires.
In 1950, Smokey Bear became more than a simple print icon when a black bear cub was rescued after a wildfire had burnt through the Lincoln National Forest in New Mexico.
Studies suggest the wildfire season is lengthening--some scientists predict the wildfire season could be two to three weeks longer by 2070.