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Land Transitions and Dust in the San Joaquin Valley

By Andrew Ayres, Jaymin Kwon, Joy Collins

Jul 25, 2022 ... Increasing emissions from wildfire could make it difficult to ... or other dust suppression (negating some water conservation benefits of ...

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Dangers Lurk in the San Joaquin Valley’s Dust

By Sarah Bardeen

Jan 10, 2022 ... Policy levers that help with dust suppression really are key. Topics. climate change Drought Floods Forests and Fires groundwater sustainability ...

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Forests and Fires

A prohibition on indigenous burning, wildfire suppression, and a warming climate have made California's headwater forests more susceptible to extreme ...

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Building Capacity for Long-term Forest Stewardship

By Henry McCann, Van Butsic

Jul 6, 2021 ... Urgency is warranted, especially in the dry mixed-conifer forests that dominate many headwater regions of the state. Decades of fire suppression ...

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Will Drought Fan the Flames this Fire Season?

By Lori Pottinger, Sarah Bardeen

Jun 1, 2021 ... In your opinion, how well prepared are we for wildfire this year? We are getting more prepared, especially on the fire suppression side, which ...

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Video: Preparing for the Next Wildfire Season

By Mary Severance

May 27, 2021 ... The long-term goal is to move away from trying to suppress wildfires and focus on mitigation. “Prescribed fire is a natural part of California's ...

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California’s Future

By Ellen Hanak, Laura Hill, Hans Johnson, Caroline Danielson ...

In addition, California endured a terrible wildfire season, widespread protests pushed the state and the nation to address racial inequities, and historic ...