The Perfect Firestorm

The Perfect Firestorm

Welcome to the new era of "megafires," which rage with such intensity that no human force can put them out. Their main causes, climate change and fire suppression, are fueling a heated debate about how to stop them.

By Daniel Glick
Published: July-August 2011
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Daniel Glick

Daniel Glick, a frequent contributor to Audubon, is a Colorado-based writer and the author of Monkey Dancing: A Father, Two Kids, and a Journey to the Ends of the Earth (PublicAffairs).

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The firestorm looks good and at the same time terrible... I agree with the fact that Senior scientist and fire behavior expert Jack Cohen practically glows with pleasure as the shredded wood burns, licking the "trees" and climbing up the slope. This particular experiment is designed to give the team a better handle on how crown fires--the big, tree-to-tree events that make for such spectacular TV--spread. The multibillion-dollar national wildfire debate is only becoming more complicated, and the stakes higher.

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