Are Australia’s bushfire seasons getting longer?

Guardian: Increasingly long fire seasons will require more firefighters and could place greater demands on firefighting equipment shared between countries, according to a report from the Climate Council. The report is a review of recent research into climate change and weather associated with bushfires. One key study cited is a 2015 paper which found that the length of fire seasons has increased by 18.7% globally from 1979 to 2013. The same study found a general increase in fire season length for all......

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