Philip Dennison

University of Utah

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Professor of Geography at the University of Utah; Director of the Utah Remote Sensing Applications Lab, which monitors fire danger and measures fire characteristics

Philip Dennison on KCRW

It’s another hot, dry year in the Western United States. At least 36 massive wildfires are raging in Oregon, Utah, Idaho, California, Nevada, Arizona and Colorado.

An Existential Challenge for Smokey the Bear

It’s another hot, dry year in the Western United States. At least 36 massive wildfires are raging in Oregon, Utah, Idaho, California, Nevada, Arizona and Colorado.

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