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an essential process in forest ecosystems but can be incredibly destructive in
the wildland-urban interface. Successful adaptation must include individuals and communities learning how to
coexist with wildfire. Land-use change, fire exclusions and global warming have
made many forests highly susceptible to intense, volatile fires that
are difficult to control, and thus spread quickly. What actions should citizens
take to improve societal resilience to climate change and coexist with
– University of British
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