Arizona wildfires leave bitter aftermath for water, climate

AZ The physical scars burned into Arizona's forests this summer are the most visible proof of wildfires' fury, but the aftermath will spread far beyond the charred landscape. The loss of so many trees and other vegetation will affect air and water quality for years to come, some Arizona scientists say, reversing the ability of forests to help slow climate change and protect desert water supplies. Arizona wildfire: Wallow Fire near Alpine Arizona wildfire: Monument Fire near Sierra Vista So......

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