Canadian Biomass Magazine

Prairies forest fire danger level extreme

April 21, 2016
By Andrew Snook

April 21, 2016 - The risk for forest fires in Alberta and Saskatchewan have already reached extreme levels, according to a recent article by The Canadian Press.

The latest fire danger map from Natural Resources Canada shows the majority of the two provinces covered in red (extreme risk), orange (very high risk) and yellow swaths (high risk).

Kerry Anderson, a Natural Resources Canada fire research scientist stated that the high levels are due to unusually warm temperatures that melted the snow away faster than normal.

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