The 2014 fire season was predicted to be a doozy, and so far it hasn’t failed to disappoint. Prolonged drought conditions throughout the West, felt particularly hard across the Golden State, have resulted in a string of large, destructive and extremely costly blazes, charring huge swaths of forest in Northern …Read More

Source: The Lowdown – Green Space

Burned Out: Why Wildfires in the West Have Gotten So Much Worse 4 September,2014KQED Science

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