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STEPHEN CHRISTIAN 3h
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PerfectTornado 4h
I thought that moisture loaded wood wouldn't start fires, though? Hurricanes bring lots of moisture, especially from the storm surge.
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Fire Aviation Feb 16
used on to be cut by one-third in 2018, from 20 to 13.
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Bigad Shaban Feb 21
In a state known for innovation, has been fighting all wrong? reports on a new way of thinking that could help extinguish serious disasters that cost California $9 million last year.
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Martin County BOCC 1h
Great advice from about safeguarding your home from
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U.S. Forest Service Feb 11
More and more of our resources go towards fighting each year.
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U.S. Forest Service Feb 16
Following , our crews take water stabilization measures. Without them, fires increase the amount of debris in the water, causing water levels to impact nearby roads and trails.
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Nabil E Zumout, Esq. 1m
The Season is over, but you should always be prepared. Take a look at our blog post from last year: California : Personal Analysis of Expert Information
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Laura Nikinmaa 10h
Another normal Friday at Bonn! Did you know that controlled burning is one of the best ways to avoid catastrophic ? It’s also a good training for 🔥
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navina khanna 4h
Biking this morning against blustery winds reminded me how fierce will be this year if we don't get more rain. Walked into the office & saw this article. California is STILL in drought y'all, & we're not coming out any time soon.
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Jason Pohl 23h
Arizona's annual briefing is usually mid-April. Conditions are so dry, officials bumped it to mid-February, doubled prevention $. via
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Wildfire Today  🔥 Feb 16
Forest Service cuts air tankers by one-third and plans to abandon their HC-130H program
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Secretary Ryan Zinke Feb 12
Hey, SW Utahans. No plans? Come share ideas to reduce catastrophic with in Cedar City.
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USFS Fire-California Feb 10
With high fire danger returning to Southern Calif, firefighters need your help to prevent vehicle-related
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Wildfire Research 5h
New paper advances our understanding of the self-limiting effect of co-authored by our colleague Marc-André Parisien
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Ventura County Star 5h
If you read one story today, it should be this one by . It's worthy of your time and attention.
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Ash(Right2Xpression) Feb 18
ever-increasing threat of unpredictable & warn creating powerful , would be mistake2view events as the“new normal"they say. the yrs ahead could B lot worse
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Stephen M. Strader Feb 16
New pub. of mine on wildfires and societal exposure came out today. Takeaway: It's not just increasing wildfire frequency and size that contributes to . Societal development in locations prone to is also rapidly amplifying. Link:
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Casio Education 24m
helps affected by & this past year. If your was affected and located in CA, FL, LA, or TX we're offering 10 for every 30 Casio or calculators purchased.
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Anthony Laureti 27m
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