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Frequent Fires & Bigger Blazes Are Scorching California

Originally published on Nexus Media. By Laura A Shepard Scenic mountains, fields of flowers and verdant forests are burning more frequently and intensely than ever before. The number of wildfires on public lands is up 500 percent since the late 1970s. Fighting fires is no easy task, but it’s an ever more important one for [&hellip Frequent Fires & Bigger Blazes Are Scorching California was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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