SCE ECONOMIC IMPACT
Charting the Financial Damage of the Thomas Fire
The Bottom Line, University of California, Santa Barbara | April 10, 2018
It has been three months since the Thomas Fire spread through Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, charring a record high of 281,893 acres in California history. While the air quality has recovered and UCSB students have moved on from a shortened nine-week winter quarter, the economic consequences of the Thomas Fire remain.
Southern California wildfires trigger mass destruction, hurting families, economy
Fox News | January 12, 2018
After battling the so-called "Thomas Fire" for over a month, fire personnel announced on Jan. 12 that the blaze — the biggest in California's history — is 100 percent contained.