Global Warming Changes Wildfire Landscapes
Global Warming predictably increases the unpredictability of extreme wildfires and unpredictably influences wildfires’ predictable fuel. Destructive windstorms create abundant heavy fuel. Heatwaves and warmer nighttime temperatures rapidly dry out fuel. Deluges grow flashy fuel. Then, booming lightning storms’ ignitions expand into extreme landscape fires. Wildland managers must abandon predictably failing responses. Strategical scutwork should hold carbon on site. Natural and prescribed fire use remain the only viable tactics that can improve carbon sequestering.
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