A Single Fire Killed At Least 10% Of The World's Giant Sequoias, Study Says
That equates to 10% to 14% of the world's mature giant sequoia population, the newspaper said. 1
These trees have lived for thousands of years. 1
"One-hundred years of fire suppression, combined with climate change-driven hotter droughts, have changed how fires burn in the southern Sierra and that change has been very bad for sequoia," Brigham said. 1
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