November 13, 2020

Lessons from the Chiricahuas

What happens to ecosystems after a wildfire or other major disturbances? (07:22)
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What happens to ecosystems after a wildfire or other major disturbances? We go on a journey through the Chiricahua Mountains with UA researcher Jim Malusa who tracks how vegetation on the mountain range has changed since the Horseshoe 2 fire of 2011. His research may reveal how the burn areas in the Santa Catalinas will recover from the Bighorn Fire.
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