First Study To Examine Burn Patterns Of 2020 Megafires In Oregon; Younger Trees, Low Canopy Height Most Susceptible To High Mortality

In early September 2020, severe winds, high heat, and prolonged drought conditions led to the explosive growth of wildfires along the western slopes of the Cascades Mountains in the Pacific Northwest. The fires engulfed enormous tracts of forestland, destroyed communities, took dozen of lives, and cost hundreds of millions to fight.

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