Wildfire, climate change and fish in the Pacific Northwest
Producer - Michael Furniss
Videography - Ben Nieves
Technical production - Jeffrey Guntle
Problems caused in Western U.S. forests by invasive riparian plants (Tamarisk, Arundo, Russian olive, Himalayan blackberry, Asian knotweed).
Projected changes in hydrology, including warm season reduced runoff (summer low flow).
How the mountain pine beetle, wildfire, and the spread of invasive plants and animals are interconnected.