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Air quality and wildfire: For less smoke, burn more?

Eric Biber, professor of law | October 28, 2015

One of the impacts of California’s difficult fire season has been air pollution. Fires produce smoke. Large wildfires produce a lot of smoke. And large wildfires in the southern Sierra Nevada produce smoke in the southern Central Valley – the part of the United States that already has some of the worst air quality in … Continue reading »