September 16, 2020

NASA - Global Wildfires Down by a Quarter

This from Anthony Watts:

I guess those climate change zealots will have to label NASA a "climate denier" now. Facts, they are stubborn things.

This NASA satellite data is irrefutable.


https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/09/16/irrefutable-nasa-data-global-wildfire-down-by-25-percent

Posted by: Timothy Birdnow at 07:11 AM | Comments (7) | Add Comment
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1 Apparently everyone missed this paragraph in the article (underline mine):

"There are really two separate trends,” said Randerson. "Even as the global burned area number has declined because of what is happening in savannas, we are seeing a significant increase in the intensity and reach of fires in the western United States because of climate change.”

I actually think that's nonsense, since the satellite cannot determine cause, but...

Posted by: Bill H at September 16, 2020 07:57 AM (vMiSr)

2 Yep, Bill, apparently they can't help themselves. Of course, it should say "we are seeing a significant increase in the intensity and reach of fires in the western United States because of climate change poor forest management practices demanded by Democrat politicians for the last umpteen years."

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Posted by: aliana alis at September 17, 2020 05:59 AM (3jpuX)

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There are a lot of reasons why we have been seeing a lot of fires all over the Pacific Rim and part of it is certainly environmentalists causing poor forest management  as well as anthropogenic in that leftists have been purposely setting these fires, but also much of this ties to the Pacific Decadal Oscillatio (PDO) which has been making Australia and the western American coasts tinderboxes while drenching India (which has had more rainfall than in the last 25 years) and the like. It's a normal weather pattern. It's just there are so very many more people living in these areas so more are effected.

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