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Are Forests Recovering from Wildfires
Are Forests Recovering from Wildfires

AIR DATE: July 24, 2012

There are researchers who believe the forests of the American west have to be thinned out in order to keep them healthy. One way of doing it is fire, but the national policy on fire has been suppression. A group of researchers at UC Davis may help shed some light on the debate.
Hugh DeForest Safford, Regional Ecologist, USDA-Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region
Kevin Duggan, researcher, UC Davis

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Let em burn!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
jed libbyJul 9, 2012 22:39:29 PM
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