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Fri February 8, 2013
Report: Forest Managers Need To Account For Climate Change
A new report says climate change will be a growing factor in the way America's forests are managed. The research is from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It predicts the number of acres burned in a typical fire season could double in the next quarter century.
To find out more, we spoke with the Forest Service’s Climate Change Advisor, Dave Cleaves. He says weather is changing and forest managers must adapt.