rukawa Posted September 14, 2020 Share Posted September 14, 2020 Normal pre-Industrial California had about 2-4m hectares burned each year. That is normal. What does this look like? In 2018 CA had a record wild fire and that was basically at the lower end of what California should be. Really California needs to catch up for decades of forest build up. That means you aren't burning 2m hec each year...you are burning 4m hectares each year. I don't really get how this is supposed to work? Californians can't handle that smoke...they can barely handle 2m...how are they going to deal with 4m each year?! Pre-development Calfornia was smoke filled and on fire constantly...that is what observers saw. Only thing I can think of is you need extensive removal of trees through mechanical means. I don't really get what Cali is supposed to do. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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