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Seattle upgrades A/C at some community centers ahead of predicted wildfires | KOMO
Wednesday marked a day across the state where some cities and counties announced some preparedness strategies for handling fires this summer season. Dan Jaffe, professor of environmental chemistry at UW Bothell, is quoted.
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2 days ago by uwnews
Number of wildfires heats up across Washington state | The Seattle Globalist
With summer just around the corner, fear of another record wildfire season in Washington is growing. The state faced 170 wildfires by early May, which was more than usual that early in the season, and a drought has been declared. A recent UW study is referenced.
Seattle.Globalist  !UWitM  2019  regl  wildfire  College:Environment  School:Environmental&Forest.Sciences 
4 days ago by uwnews
Marine air surges in with cooler temps, but wildfire risk remains | KNKX
The mercury hit a record-breaking 95 degrees at Sea-Tac Airport Wednesday, causing a road to buckle in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood in a dramatic display of what heat can do to infrastructure. Cliff Mass, professor of atmospheric sciences at the UW, is quoted.
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9 days ago by uwnews
California fire season starts with PG&E power shut-off in 5 counties | Utility Dive

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10 days ago by beaucronin
Experts say decades of fighting wildfires has actually made them worse | KIRO 7
This year's wildfire season is already in full swing and summer is still more than two weeks away. Maureen Kennedy, assistant professor of sciences and mathematics at UW Tacoma, is quoted.
Kennedy.Maureen  !UWitM  2019  KIRO  UW:Tacoma  regl  wildfire 
18 days ago by uwnews
Washington state tries to protect air quality | US News
Western Washington is typically a boater's paradise, a camper's dream. But persistent, choking wildfire smoke has cloaked the region during the past few Augusts. Cliff Mass, professor of atmospheric science at the UW, is quoted.
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26 days ago by uwnews
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4 weeks ago by tolkien
The perfect Seattle summer will be a thing of the past | The Stranger
The last few summers in Seattle, as anyone who ever leaves the house will remember, have been plagued by wildfire smoke. A 2017 study from the UW is referenced.
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4 weeks ago by uwnews
How a wildfire ecologist left the rural South to fight fires in the PNW | Crosscut
Morris Johnson. affiliate professor of environmental and forest sciences, explains how he stumbled upon the field of fire research, how to minimize wildfire damage and the culture shock of moving from the rural South to the Pacific Northwest.
Johnson.Morris  Crosscut  regl  !UWitM  2019  College:Environment  School:Environmental&Forest.Sciences  wildfire 
8 weeks ago by uwnews
Is hiking with face masks the new normal? | Buzzfeed
People move to the Pacific Northwest to be near incredible natural beauty. But each year, wildfires and rising temperatures are making it harder to go outside. Amy Snover, director of the UW's Climate Impacts Group, is quoted.
Snover.Amy  !UWitM  2019  natl  Buzzfeed  Climate.Change  Climate.Impacts.Group  wildfire 
8 weeks ago by uwnews
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RT : This is a helluva PSA out of Australia. We may see similar messaging in California in the very near futur…
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january 2019 by rtanglao
How Anarchists Helped Californian Fire Refugees in a Walmart Parking Lot - VICE
Just weeks before the wildfire started burning, Mutual Aid Disaster Relief visited Chico during a national training tour. While no one at the time could have known that the deadliest wildfire in California history would hit the county soon after, Scher said it wasn’t a total surprise. “We have had bad fires—not this bad—but we’re familiar with the fact this is a real concern and we need to be more prepared as a community,” they said. “The infrastructure that exists for the local and federal government to meet the needs of our community is not enough.”
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According to Miles, community members came together to help people directly after the fires instead of encouraging them to stay in shelters outside Chico—as other organizations, including the City of Chico and the Walmart did. Officials encouraged people to leave “primarily due to the rain and temperature changes as well as the lack of services available to help evacuees,” according to the city of Chico. But NVMA didn't see the need for the camp to break up. “People want to stay here because it’s their community and we want to support them,” Miles said. He explained that people are hesitant to stay at a shelter in another town because they don’t know what to expect when they arrive.

Breedlove, who is organizing with NVMA’s cleanup and rebuild group, said some community members who struggle with mental illness and addiction were hesitant to seek aid in a Red Cross shelter. For others, staying with their pets was important so they opted out of shelters that would require keeping animals elsewhere.
anarchist  fire  aid  Chico  wildfire 
december 2018 by Quercki
What California’s deadly wildfires signal about our future | Time
The scene of devastation left in the wake of the Camp Fire shocked even people who have spent their careers addressing such disasters; it can be hard to comprehend what photographs from the area are showing. David Peterson, a professor of environmental and forest sciences at the University of Washington, is quoted.
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december 2018 by uwnews

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