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Wildfires reshape forests and change the behavior of animals that live there

By Taylor Ganz, PhD Candidate in Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington
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Wildfires are remaking western US forests. Decisions about managing forests that have burned should factor in how fires change animal behavior and interactions between predators and prey.The Conversation

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