'Once in a generation' drought may become new norm for Southeast.
Over 100,000 acres of forests have burned across
. . . 7 states in the southeastern U.S. since October,
. . . prompting mass evacuations, and
. . . leaving behind puzzled residents.
. . . who are now wondering,
When will the rains come?
“Consecutive dry periods are predicted to occur as a result of,
. . . anthropogenic [man-made] climate change.
. . . These trends make larger area burns, and
. . . more fires perhaps more likely in the future.”
11-28-2016 Source: Forest Fires + Water Shortage = ?
Forest Fires + Water Shortage = ?
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