Fire regimes are changing in the Sonoran Desert, primarily owing to the presence of non-native invasive grasses. Local land managers and scientists, including CAWL’s Clare Aslan, share their concerns about the future of the Sonoran Desert ecosystem as well as research questions that need to be answered.
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