A look at this year’s fire season using The Northwest Climate Toolbox.
Why area burned isn’t the only metric one should consider when tallying a wildfire’s severity.
A look at the climate adaptation work being done by the US Forest Service.
Climate change accounts for a doubling of area burned in the US West, according to new study.
A new method to track forests’ vulnerability to climate change impacts could help Northwest resource managers take preventative action.
A recent study looks at what disturbances, ranging from wildfires to regular harvesting, mean for forests in Oregon’s West Cascades, and their ability to act as carbon sinks.