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Analysis: The 1930’s Was Much Hotter And Drier In The US

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The frequency of hot days in the US during the 1930’s was much higher than it is now.

Total burn acreage was also much higher.

Indicator 3.16: Area and percent of forest affected by abiotic agents

The correlation between hot weather and burn acreage is almost perfect.

Government climate experts tell us that the US is getting hotter and fires are increasing.

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