Worldwide fires from 2000-2013

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Between 2000-2013, the MODIS instrument was able to monitor fires across the world.

 

Agricultural and prescribed fires are shown in dark red. More intense fires are shown in orange and the most intense are shown in bright yellow.

Credit: NASA

Featured image credit: NOAA

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One Comment

  1. Please address the truth!
    The US is having the second slowest fire season on record to date, with just over half of the normal burn acreage. There are no fires burning in Arizona or New Mexico at the current time. Regardless of their ignorance about fires, anyone stupid enough to believe that they can influence the climate shouldn’t be discussing science anyway

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