Where can you find maps of recent Arizona wildfires?


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The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Forest Service offers detailed maps on current and past wildfires. The Map Archive on the website (fs.fed.us) allows you to view all past wildfire activity.

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The Forest Service's Fire Detection Maps use satellite information to provide up-to-date information about wildfire activity across the United States. The maps are subdivided by region into several sections of the United States.

A more interactive tool that allows you to view wildfire and other environmental activity is available at earth.nullschool.net. This open source project allows you to view real-time overlays of wind, sea current, carbon monoxide concentration, and dust particulate projection in an interactive 3-D model of the world.

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