Similar to its western counterpart (2J), this group of counties has experienced a large area burned. These counties include both forested lands and mixed lands, particularly in the Southeast, where conflict arises due to considerable development and population growth over the last few decades, creating more homes in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI).
Example of a Typical County — Osage County, Oklahoma: Osage County experiences regular large fires of human ignition and consist of the Osage Indian Reservation.
|Vegetation and Fuels||High|
|Homes, Communities and Values at Risk||High|
Effective and Efficient Response:
Counties in this combo have high risk to large wildfires and most counties have less potential for resource benefits than others.