Peter Noble graduated from MU with a B.S. in both forestry and fisheries and wildlife biology, and is currently a seasonal crewmember on Kings Peak Wildland Fire Module on the Ashley National Forest in Utah. Marissa Jo Daniel holds B.S. degrees in forestry and fisheries and wildlife biology and a master‘s degree in forestry from MU, with an emphasis in forest economic s and policy. She works as a Gila Hotshot based in New Mexico on the Gila National Forest.
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Erin McMurry, research assistant in the MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources’ Tree Ring Laboratory, and colleagues base their conclusion on tree ring records from fire-damaged trees around North America. In the International Journal of Wildland Fire, the researchers report that 1780 was a big year for forest fires in eastern North America, due in part to drought around the Great Lakes.