Global Warming’s Fire Regime Changee
Accelerating Global Warming increases the frequency, intensity, distribution, abundance, duration, and severity of landscape wildfire. Weather influences the quality, quantity, and condition of wildland fuel and whether wildfires ignite and endure. Global Warming can transform some wildlands from rarely burned biomes into landscapes that burn yearly. Responses to Global Warming should involve strategies to hold carbon on site. The safest, most economically ethical, and ecologically congruent methods remain natural and prescribed fire use.
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