For Arizona and New Mexico, Climate Change Produces Winter Fires

See on Scoop.itGarry Rogers Nature Conservation News (#EcoSciFi)

(500 acre wildfire burns near Isleta in New Mexico on February 19th. Image source: KOAT) It’s late winter in Arizona and New Mexico. Or at least that’s what the calendar says. During this time of y…

Garry Rogers insight:

Drought alone can increase fire frequency and size.  In AZ and NM, the continuing increase of fine fuel from alien weeds adds to the drought impact. 

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