Threats from fire, drought and insects could reshape U.S. forests.
Loss of ancient grazers triggered a dramatic increase in fire activity across the world’s grasslands.
Support is available for those impacted by the Parley’s Canyon fire.
U researchers have developed a method to better predict when wildfire smoke affects residents.
A study proposes a new framework for simulating dire scenarios, defined as when there is less time to evacuate an area from a wildfire than is required.
“To be honest with you, I just don’t like to be retired…I don’t like golf, I don’t go hunting…I wanted to do something different.”
A new study shows how the timing and location of smoke impacts shift in August and September.
Wildfire and firework smoke are more impactful to indoor air than inversions.
Use of forests to offset carbon emissions requires an understanding of the risks
U researchers show why fire inversions happen and offer new air quality prediction tools.