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Extreme wildfires are transforming Alaska's boreal forest – the result can slow future fires and climate impact

By Jill Johnstone, Adjunct Professor of Biology, University of Saskatchewan
Heather Dawn Alexander, Assistant Professor of Forest Ecology, Auburn University
Michelle C. Mack, Professor of Ecosystem Ecology, Northern Arizona University
Xanthe Walker, Assistant Research Professor, Northern Arizona University
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A new study finds deciduous trees are increasingly dominant after severe fires in the region, and that has some unexpected impacts.

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