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Climate Change to Alter Global Fire Risk

June 12, 2012

image of fires burning in Portola Hills, Calif Climate change is widely expected to disrupt future fire patterns around the world, with some regions, such as the Western United States, seeing more frequent fires within the next 30 years, according to a new analysis led by the University of California, Berkeley, researchers in collaboration with an international team of scientists. Full Story

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