Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Sand-Fire-in-California-27MZIFJJIP57I.htmlConceptually similarRough FireGP0STPDC6Completed★★★★California Wild Fires 2017GP0STRCKQCompleted★★★★★★California Wild Fires 2017GP0STRCKRCompleted★★★★Sand Fire in CaliforniaGP0STQ11YCompleted★★★★Scorched Pacific NorthwestGP0STPDC8Completed★★★★Sand Fire in CaliforniaGP0STQ126Completed★★★★Sand Fire in CaliforniaGP0STQ1AMCompleted★★★★Smokey SkiesGP0STPDCDCompleted★★★★Northern California FiresGP0STPDCACompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQ1ALSand Fire in CaliforniaIn this natural-color image, acquired from one of NASA's satellites, the land surface is slightly darkened in the hills and canyons north and east of Santa Clarita and San Fernando. The primary evidence of the fire is the smoke plumes around the edges.Locations:California-Santa Clarita (California)-United States of AmericaDate:24 Jul, 2016Credit:© NASAMaximum size:800px X 800pxRestrictions:IMAGE IS IN PUBLIC DOMAIN. NO SALES. CAN BE DISTRIBUTED FREELY SUBJECT TO NASA MEDIA USAGE GUIDELINES: https://www.nasa.gov/multimedia/guidelines/index.htmlKeywords:Aerial view-Burning-Day-Destruction-Fires-Forest fires-Forests (campaign title)-KWCI (GPI)-NASA-Outdoors-Public Domain (license type)-Satellite Images-Smoke-Summer-TreesShoot:Sand Fire in CaliforniaSpanning over 38,500 acres, the Sand Fire broke out on July 22, 2016 in Santa Clarita in Southern California. This is just one of many fires that have spread throughout California this summer, primarily due to the prolonged drought that has caused a massive bark beetle infestation, resulting in more than 66 million dead trees and an elevated fire risk..