Wildfire, weather, climate and the environment …
FRISCO — Coverage of the West Fork Fire Complex, which has grown to become the second-largest wildfire in the state’s recorded history, was the most-viewed story last week, but a water story focusing in Lake Powell and published just yesterday, quickly raced up the charts, followed by a story on the environmental impacts of using dispersants on oil spills.
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- Colorado: West Fork Fire now over 100,000 acres 1,129 views
- Water: Study identifies major ‘leakage’ from Lake Powell 846 views
- New evidence that dispersants are bad news for fish 781 views
- June brings near-record dry conditions to Summit County 766 views
- Study: U.S. could store 500 years worth of CO2 751 views
- Climate: Drought expanding again in Colorado 723 views
- Energy: GOP seeks to force more offshore drilling 689 views
- Oceans: Study assesses sonar impacts to blue whales 631 views
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