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Old-growth forest

Forests, Parks, and Landscapes - AP Environmental Science Chapter Outline

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CHAPTER 13 - FORESTS, PARKS, AND LANDSCAPES Case Study Wildfires Raise Questions about How to Manage Parks and Preserves in the Twenty-First Century -Wildfires are an infrequent force of nature, and can cause damage to land and property up to millions of acres. As the number of cities and urbanized areas has increase, the amount of property damaged by wildfires has also significantly increased. Wild fires happen on average every three years within the United States, particularly, in California -Perspectives on wildfires significantly differ, to put out or not to put out? Smokey the bear tradition tells us that only humans can prevent these fires, however, wildfires typically tend to result from natural occurrences.
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