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California's iconic redwoods in danger from fire and infectious disease

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Photo of tree trunks in a coastal redwood forest

Iconic coastal redwood forests are threatened by a link between disease and wildfire.

Credit: NPS


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Fireman standing next to burning California redwood tree

Fire consumes a once-healthy California redwood tree.

Credit: USFS


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Dead tanoaks in a redwood forest in a California study area

Dead tanoaks in a redwood forest in the scientists' California study area, pre-fire.

Credit: Kerri Frangioso


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Two researchers in the forest conducting a post-fire survey

Researchers conduct a post-fire survey two months after a 2008 blaze.

Credit: Kerri Frangioso


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Burned redwoods soon after the Basin Fire in Big Sur, Calif.

Scorched redwoods soon after the Basin Fire in Big Sur, Calif.

Credit: Howard Kuljian


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Three ecologists in the forest surveying the burned redwood

Two years after the fire, the ecologists returned to survey the burned redwood forests.

Credit: Kerri Frangioso


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