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Increased Fire Restrictions In Coronado

National forest bans campfires, most stoves as wildfire threat increases

Collaborative Effort Keeps an Eye On Wildfire

Multiple agencies share information and resources to monitor conditions and educate the public about fire safety

Study: Wildfire Impact at $133M

Northern AZ blaze burned 15,000 acres in 2010

Patagonia Wildfire 75% Contained

Mop-up beginning; flames no longer spreading

UPDATE: 'Significant Progress' on S. AZ Wildfire

Blaze near Patagonia 55% contained, at 10,775 acres, feds report

UPDATE: Fire Near Patagonia at 7,500 Acres

'Burnout" fires being set in hopes of bringing containment

Fire Season May Worsen With Budget Cuts

AZ, other Western states facing severe conditions with fewer firefighters

Once a flourishing part of the Coronado Forest, charred tress stand near Portal Arizona. A reminder of the Horseshoe 2 which fire ripped thorough thousands of acres of forest in the summer of 2011.

Horseshoe 2 Fire, Two Years Later

Chiricahuas blaze scorched 200,000 acres; recovery slow

Conservation Alliance Focuses on Altar Valley

Ranchers, conservationists, scientists join to sustain area

Charges Filed In Wildfire Outbreak

California man accused of setting 8 small fires near Flagstaff

The tenth anniversary of the Aspen Fire on Mt. Lemmon; what does the mountain look like now, how is it recovering, concerns for the future

Ten Years After the Aspen Fire

Mount Lemmon recovering slowly from historic wildfire

Tracking Geothermal Energy Sources

Arizona Geological Survey leads way toward clean energy

The Tree Ring Lab, housed in the stadium at the University of Arizona since 1937, is getting ready to move into a new state-of-the-art facility. The Bryant Bannister Tree-Ring Building will be completed in December of 2012.

Tree Rings Reveal Fire History

Technology used to trace Arizona's climate and wildfire past

Steve Yool, a professor in the UA School of Geography and Development uses remote sensing to study fires. Remote sensing can be used to study things like active fires, fire scars, and fuel load.

Researchers Use Satellites to Map Fire

Tracking hazards from above with 'remote sensing'

Seedlings Planted in Scorched AZ Forest

100,000 pine trees aimed at filling void left by 2006 fire

WildFire Near Nogales Under Control

Forest Service reports 1 injury; no structures burned

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