28 Apr '11, 10pm

Texas Wildfires Continue to Rage Amid Historic Drought Conditions | OnEarth Magazine

Texas Wildfires Continue to Rage Amid Historic Drought Conditions | OnEarth Magazine

Fires on the horizon near the McDonald Observatory in Fort Davis, Texas. The fires have consumed more than 1.5 million acres in the state. Agrilifetoday/Jamie Dyer More from OnEarth community blog : Field Notes from the Rocks The Edge : Will the American Machine Finally Turn Green? OnEarth Blog : Military, Medical Establishments Warn of Climate Change's Health Dangers More from NRDC Crown Jewels at Risk: Yosemite at Risk for More Severe Wildfires NRDC Issues: In Hot Water: Water Management Strategies to Weather the Effects of Global Warming Matt Skoglund's Blog: Bark Beetles, Wildfires, and Global Warming Justin Myers shuttled back and forth, day after day: he fought the Swenson fire, then the Cooper Mountain fire for days on end, then the previously contained Swenson fire lit up again and he was back at it. And then, of course, he would come home to see if fires had crept...

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