Climate change is exacerbating extreme weather in California, from wildfires to storms. A new study from Stanford University outlines the benefits of intentionally burning off dry vegetation to help prevent huge wildfires. And recent research from UCLA says California is likely to see a massive flood within 40 years due to dramatic weather fluctuations.
Controlled burns and dam repairs may help protect California from dangerous weather
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