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Richard Schiffman

The Atlantic

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Southwest’s forests may never recover from mega-fires

The charred remnants of the 2011 Las Conchas blaze stretch for miles above Los Alamos, N.M.lasconchasfire3/Flickr.com If you doubt that climate change is transforming the American landscape, go to Santa Fe, N.M. Temperatures there have broken records this summer, and a seemingly permanent orange haze of smoke hangs in the air from multiple wildfires. Take

Jul 8, 2013