IJSRP, Volume 9, Issue 9, September 2019 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
DK Awasthi, Neha Verma, Gyanendra Awasthi
A wildfire is simply an uncontrolled fire that is wiping out large fields and areas of land. Wildfires are uncontrolled, rapidly spreading, and raging huge flames enhanced with wind action and firebrands that can wipe out an extensive forest or vegetation land area within minutes For a fire to start three things must be present; oxygen, heat, and fuel. Foresters call this the fire triangle. Fire will spread towards the direction where there is plenty of one of these elements. It has wide impact on society, wildlife and atmosphere. It can be controlled by using many precautions.