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Forest Regeneration

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Biden Weighs In On Forest Fires

“Climate change” is responsible for wildfires that “move with more speed…and last well beyond traditional months of the fire season.” According to Vice-President Biden, we are having a record fire season. Burn acreage to date is 1,472,510 acres. Ninety years … Continue reading

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Forest Fires of May/June 1890

During early May, 1890 there were fires “everywhere” in Wisconsin and Minnesota. 08 May 1890, 6 – Minneapolis Messenger at Newspapers.com This week in 1890, there were large fires on both sides of the Rio Grande in Colorado and New … Continue reading

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Forest Fires Of 1910

March of 1910 was the warmest and driest on record in the US. This led to the largest and some of the deadliest fires in US history. On October 7 a forest fire raged out of control across Lake of … Continue reading

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New York Times Forest Fire Fraud

Five years ago, the New York Times said 10.1 million acres burned in the US during 2015, and it was the most on record. Wildfires, Once Confined to a Season, Burn Earlier and Longer – The New York Times If … Continue reading

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BBC – Forests Are Bad For The Climate

Climate change: UK forests ‘could do more harm than good’ – BBC News

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1939 Fires Burned Most Of The Forest From Melbourne To Canberra

h/t Craig Kelly MP

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1937 – Alaska’s Glaciers Shrinking, A Forest Fire Every Three Minutes

19 Feb 1937, 11 – The Evening Sun at Newspapers.com October 9, 1938 – NYTimes January 1937 was the coldest on record west of the Mississippi River, and one of the warmest on record east of the Mississippi. docs.lib.noaa.gov/rescue/mwr/065/mwr-065-01-c1.pdf

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Forest Fires 145 Years Ago

Forest fires were raging in Massachusetts and Tennessee – “Induced by the drought and aggravated by high winds.” TimesMachine: Thursday November 12, 1874 – NYTimes.com h/t Don Penim

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Hiding The Decline In Forest Fires

The US Forest Service used to have this graph on their web site, showing the sharp decline in US forest fires. Indicator 3.16: Area and percent of forest affected by abiotic agents They removed the page linking to in the … Continue reading

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