Increasingly Large and Intense Wildfires Hinder Western Forests’ Ability to Regenerate


As global warming threatens the long-term survival of many forests in the Western United States, a new study suggests that reducing the intensity and size of wildfires would help conifers regenerate after the destructive blazes that have become more frequent in recent decades. The team of more than 50 scientists analyzed data from more than…

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