A new map created by the University of Oregon shows that fires in Oregon are more frequent, more damaging, and more widespread than in other states, and that wildfires are also more intense and destructive.
The new map, released on Monday, is the result of an analysis of data from the US National Forest Service and the US Forest Service’s Integrated Fire Tracking System (IFTS).
It shows that Oregon’s fire seasons are longer, there are more fires burning each year, and there are far more fires in some regions than others.
The map was created by combining data from both the USFS and IFTS systems.
It was first published in the USGS Fire Service Quarterly Bulletin.
In its release, the USNSF says that the new map “represents the most complete wildfire information currently available from the federal, state, and local agencies that have access to the fire data.”
The USFS, the country’s primary federal agency for wildfire management, provides fire information to the US Congress and other federal agencies.
The Forest Service is the agency tasked with monitoring wildfires across the nation, which is why it created the map.
In Oregon, the agency also collects fire information.
The agency said that while it was “disappointed” by the map, “it is still the most comprehensive map of wildfires ever created and should serve as a starting point for future efforts.”
The new fire map is an effort to better understand wildfires across North America.
The USGS says that wildfires in Oregon cause about $8.4 billion in economic losses each year.
More than 20 million people in Oregon live within 200 miles of a wildfire.
The state of Oregon also has some of the highest wildfire death rates in the country.
More people die from wildfires in the United States each year than die in car accidents.
More of the state’s population is classified as homeless than anywhere else in the world.
The Oregonian/OregonLive has reached out to the Forest Service for comment and will update this article when we hear back.