In the first issue of Strata, Abby Metzger and Nancy Steinberg look back at Oregon’s devastating 2020 fires and what that and other conflagrations in the state’s history can teach scientists about the wildfires in our future. They examine how climate change causes the underlying conditions that combine with acute or unusual events to produce large fires. The new print magazine, which the pair co-edits, focuses on Earth science research and is a publication of the College of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Sciences at Oregon State. Image from Strata, Oregon State University
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