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Artificial intelligence helps Northwest scientists better understand wildfire emissions
Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory taught a machine to predict the past. That artificial intelligence is helping scientists better understand wildfire emissions in the Northwest. The study found wildfire emissions could increase in the West by up to 186% over the coming decades. The fine particulates emanating from wildfire emissions can lead to a variety of health problems.See the Story
100% Left coverage: 1 sources
US & Canada · Idaho
Idaho students' families react to Pennsylvania arrest of murder suspect Bryan Kohberger
Bryan Christopher Kohberger, 28, is being held for extradition to Idaho on a warrant for first degree murder. A law enforcement official confirmed the arrest to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. The Idaho students were stabbed to death at a rental home near campus. The stabbing deaths shook the small town of Moscow, Idaho.See the Story
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Cascadia · Cascadia
Some freeways may be useable following 'the Big One' per new modeling by UW
New modeling by the University of Washington of the impacts of a major Cascadia earthquake offers a less dire picture of the aftermath of the so-called "Big One" — specifically when it comes to highway bridges.See the Story
New USGS migration maps of Western wildlife might ease pressures from development
Each spring and fall – many deer, elk and pronghorn migrate throughout the west to escape deep snow and find forage. But an increasingly developing West continues to encroach on their turf. Now, U.S. Geological Survey, and other agencies, have mapped these routes to ease the pressure between trekking animals and people.See the Story