Wildfires have grown larger, more frequent

Press-Enterprise: An analysis of fire records going back to 1970 found that the largest fires have occurred in the last decade, a finding that points in part to the effects of climate change, researchers said. What`s more, according to the Climate Central study of U.S. Forest Service data, the fire season is now 75 days longer than it was in the 1970s, it was reported in the Press-Enterprise today. This is an interactive map of active wildfires from Climate Central. A typical fire season used to run mid-May......

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