Wildfire

A wildfire, forest fire, bushfire, wildland fire or rural fire is an unplanned, uncontrolled and unpredictable fire in an area of combustible vegetation.

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Targeted household cleaning can reduce toxic chemicals post-wildfire

California redwoods 'killed' by wildfire come back to life with 2,000-year-old buds — New buds are sprouting through the charred remains of California redwoods that burned in 2020, suggesting the trees are more resilient to wildfires than thought.

Oregon State University receives grant to launch collaborative wildfire resilience research

Wildfire Brought Wolves Back to Southern California after 150 Years

Wildfire, drought cause $11.2 billion in damage to private timberland in three Pacific states, study finds

Wildfire smoke is reversing decades of progress on clean air

New Theory Shows How Civilizations Can Spread Like Wildfire Through Space

By air, rain and land: How microbes return after a wildfire

How to Spot a Wildfire: Weighing Fire Lookouts and Technology

How to Protect Yourself from Smoky Wildfire Air

What Does The Air Quality Index Measure, Here Are The AQI Limitations

Tiny Bugs Swarm New York City Amidst Canada Wildfire Smoke

Canadian Wildfires Are Affecting Millions—How Exposure To Wildfire Smoke Affects Your Brain

Wildfire Smoke Returns: Air Pollution From Canada Fires Engulfs New York To Chicago

Heat Wave and Wildfire Smoke Affecting Huge Portions of North America

OroraTech orders eight more wildfire-monitoring satellites

Canadian Wildfire Smoke Cancels A Major Concert In Wisconsin—It’s The Right Call

Research Assigns Wildfire Smoke Back to Its Source

How to Protect Yourself from Smoky Wildfire Air

More Than 80 Million In U.S. Under Air Quality Alerts From Canadian Wildfire Smoke