Posted by: Michael Ritter PhD | July 13, 2006


Wildfires are common to the dry summer subtropical climate of the United States during the summer. Check out CNN’s Wildfires site for information about current fires, fire science, and past wildfires seasons Investigate “The Science of Wildfire” with the US Fish and Wildlife Service and stay up-to-date with the latest Fire Weather Conditions with help of NOAA.

Dry lightning is often respsonsible for wildfires. Keep abreast of current conditions at NOAA’s “Dry Lightning Potential Index” site.

Tpe Link: Dry Summer Subtropical Climate; Mediterranean woodland


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