CBS News: Study Finds “Zombie Fires” Could Become More Common Due to Climate Change [VIDEO]
A new study finds “zombie fires” may increase as the climate changes. That’s a term used to describe wildfires that smolder underground during the winter in northern forests. Randi Jandt, a fire ecologist with the Alaska Fire Science Consortium, joins Lana Zak on CBSN to explain the fires and what threat they pose.
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