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Thursday, December 11, 2008

WILDFIRE NEWS OF THE DAY - 121108

Two articles from the LA Times lead off today: the first discusses how a major storm could wreak havoc on hillsides in burn areas; the second discusses a comprehensive plan from the California Air Resources Board to take on Global Warming. One couple who will definitely not forget the Tea Fire is slowly recovering from their horrific experience, while five suspects from the 2007 Corral Canyon incident are waiting on delays in their trial. Texas residents are smelling smoke in Corpus Christi, and Arizona residents near a controlled burn are doing the same. The Solo II Fire continues to burn near Sequoia at a high altitude (perhaps the storm front coming into the Sierras will help firefighters snuff it out). Fire agencies in Australia are considering changing the training regime for new recruits, and they may be needed very soon, as the next article relates, but neighbors will continue to help each other out in the face of bushfires, as the final article in the trio details. Finally, it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at Long Beach Airport, although I don't think anyone will be making snowmen out of this white stuff!

Weekend cold snap is in store for Southland

California air board adopts a sweeping plan to curb greenhouse gases

Burned couple improved month after wildfire

Court Delays Continue for Five Malibu Wildfire Suspects

Smoke over Corpus Christi from grass fire

2 prescribed burns planned for Coconino National Forest

Reservation fire won't be contained for several days

Fast-tracking new ideas to boost CFS recruiting

Dangerous fire season ahead

Plan to protect

Firefighting Foam Fills Long Beach Airport Hangar

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