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Wildfires Help Some Ecosystems To Function Properly
Photo of forest wildfire by Keri Greer of USFS Gila National Forest//Flickr Creative Commons.

Despite human effort to stop forest fires, the fires increase in number and seem to get worse every year. In fact, the impact of fires in plant genomes date as far back as 125 million years ago. But could forest fires actually be good for forests?

Read more about how wildfires impact the forest ecosystems.



Photo of a forest wildfire by Kari Greer of USFS Gila National Forest/Flickr Creative Commons.

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