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Coupled fire-weather models are crucial in forecasting and researching wildfire spread and its associated impacts on society and the environment.
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Practitioners rely heavily on historical climate data and future climate projections to assess risks from climate hazards and develop infrastructural
There is scientific consensus that industrial-scale carbon dioxide removal (CDR) will be necessary to meet the Paris Agreement’s goal of
Scripps Institution of Oceanography DepartmentFine particles (PM2.5) from wildfires smoke is potentially leading to several health impacts. In California, PM2.5