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Future changes in burnt area

Changes in burnt area. Left: future changes in burnt area compared with historic burnt area (top). Right: areas with significant changes in burnt area under RCP2.6 (best case scenario – middle row) and RCP6.0 (bottom row). Inter-Sectoral Impact Model Intercomparison Project 2b (ISMIP2b) climate model ensemble by the last decade of the century compared with 1996–2005. Areas in red are where the burnt area is projected to increase, while the blue shows areas where it will decrease. Purple areas are those where some climate models project an increase while others a decrease. See appendix for construction.

Year: 2022

From collection: Spreading Like Wildfire: The Rising Threat of Extraordinary Landscape Fires

Cartographer: GRID-Arendal/Studio Atlantis

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