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Thanks to rising temperatures, shorter winters, and longer summers, western US wildfire frequency has increased by 400 percent since 1970. Damaging wildfires have occurred in recent years in places like California, Colorado, Arizona, and New Mexico, leaving communities and governments with millions of dollars in damages, in addition to the incalculable cost of lost plant, animal, and even human life.


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