What country has the most wildfires per year?

Throughout 2020, Brazil reported approximately 223 thousand wildfire outbreaks, by far the highest figure in South America. Argentina registered the second largest number of wildfires in the region that year, at over 74 thousand.

What country has the most fires per year?


1 Cote d Ivoire 12.12
2 Somalia 9.45
3 Burundi 9.26
4 Sierra Leone 8.88
5 Equ. Guinea 8.74

What country has the biggest fires?

Largest fires of the 21st-century

Rank Name Country
1 2003 Russian wildfires Russia
2 2019-2020 Australian bushfire season Australia
3 2019 Siberia wildfires Russia
4 2014 Northwest Territories fires Canada

What is the longest wildfire in history?

The 1988 Yellowstone Fires

These fires collectively formed the largest wildfire in the recorded history of the Yellowstone National Park in the US.

What caused California fires 2020?

In early September 2020, a combination of a record-breaking heat wave and strong katabatic winds, (including the Jarbo, Diablo, and Santa Ana) caused explosive fire growth.

What continent has the most wildfires?

An estimated 70 percent of all forest fires occur in the tropics, with half of these in Africa. Recent El Niño events may have expanded the area burned in tropical Africa.

What is the deadliest fire in the world?

Deadliest fires or explosions in the world

Rank Event
1 Earthquakes resulted in fires that caused most deaths [1] Tokyo to Yokohama, Japan
2 Earthquake resulted in fires that caused most deaths [1] Tokyo, Japan
3 Nuclear power plant chemical explosion led to release of nuclear radiation [2] Kiev, U.S.S.R.
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