Tom Scott

Center for Conservation Biology

Guest

Natural Resource Specialist at the Center for Conservative Biology at UC Riverside

Tom Scott on KCRW

High winds, high temperatures and low humidity have made for extreme—and unpredictable—fire conditions in Northern California.

Is LA at Risk for a Giant Wildfire?

High winds, high temperatures and low humidity have made for extreme—and unpredictable—fire conditions in Northern California.

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It’s been a catastrophic wildfire year in California, with more than 5,000 so far. Yesterday, a pilot died when his tanker plane crashed near Yosemite National Park.

How We Fight Wildfires

It’s been a catastrophic wildfire year in California, with more than 5,000 so far. Yesterday, a pilot died when his tanker plane crashed near Yosemite National Park.

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California's Fire Season Is Now Year-Round

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