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Dr Konrad, Director of the Southeast Regional Climate Center, has been interviewed on the recent large wildfires in the Southeastern United States. An unusually dry fall has primed the region for an intense fire season. The relentless progression of climate change, has likely contributed to a pattern of warming temperatures in the Southeast in recent years, and this season’s conditions are “absolutely no exception,” according to Konrad. Read the full article here:

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