More wildfires will transform US national park: study

Agence France-Presse: Climate change is likely to cause more frequent wildfires and may transform the forests and ecosystem of the iconic Yellowstone national park in the coming decades, a US study said Monday. Dense forests dominated by narrow lodgepole pines trees are currently a dominant feature of the picturesque tourist destination which straddles Idaho, Montana and Wyoming. But more open spaces, grasslands and forests populated by different kinds of fir trees and shrubs could characterize it in the future,......

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